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Horse and Groom Inn, Bourton On The Hill - pub details

Address: Bourton On The Hill, Moreton-In-Marsh, Gloucestershire, GL56 9AQ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 35669) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train station Moreton-in-marsh (2.1 miles)

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> Current user rating: 8.4/10 (rated by 7 users)
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Lacks some of the cosiness that other Cotswolds pubs have as it is a Georgian building so is pretty "open plan" with bright lighting, a new bar counter and a modern-looking wooden floor. Nice duck-egg window seats and shutters and plenty of hunting pictures. Our visit this afternoon was enjoyable because this seemed like a real pub rather than some pretentious gastro place. The £3 Cotswold Cask from the local Cotswold Brewing Co. was good with Hook Norton's Lion and Goff's Jouster also available. Cider was from Hogan's and the lagers were also from CBC with Becks Vier in addition. A small glass of Merlot was £4.70. Note that this pub is not open all day - we arrived just before the 3pm closing time and only realised that they might want to close when the barmaid left 30 minutes later!
paul_d102 - 2 Nov 2013 18:01
A truly excellent example of what a modern village pub can be. Scrubbed up Cotswold stone inside with tasteful, restrained interior design. Well kept ales from local breweries - the Wye Valley Bitter was especially fine. Imaginative yet unpretentious cooking rules, and it was all delicious, but not to the extent of pushing drinkers out. Ordering from one blackboard at the bar can be a pain - but this inn comes highly recommended for good reason. Not to be missed.
richythemole - 6 Oct 2012 18:37
Visited on Sunday 6 March with Mrs Monk, during a weeks sojourn in the Cotswolds. Wonderful pub, doesnt look much from the outside but the inside has been well designed, being light airy and with high ceilings. Had a superb Sunday lunch of roast lamb washed down with excellent Goffs Jouster. Why arent there any pubs approaching this standard of excellence where we live?9/10
Monkdawallydahonk - 27 Apr 2011 10:13
Wonderful place to stay. Good food, beer, rooms etc. Lovely walks in area.
m12 - 14 Jun 2010 20:06
A pretty decent pub near the top of the hill in this well named village. When we visited there were 3 Ales on sale - Goffs Jouster, Wye Valley Dorothy Goodbodys bitter and Battledown Cheltenham Spa. They appear to be a Free House in the correct sense. We didn't eat, but the food seemed very popular. The Garden, where we spent a good hour was pleasant enough. This is a good place to visit if you are in the area.
imdownthepub - 2 May 2010 16:04

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