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The Ebrington Arms

Chipping Campden, Ebrington GL55 6NH England
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#1 of 5 B&Bs / Inns in Ebrington
Beautiful, unspoilt 17th century Cotswold inn with roaring log fires, stunning beer garden and famous atmosphere. Surrounded by rolling hills by Chipping Campden & Hidcote Gardens in Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. CAMRA North Cotswold’s Pub of the Year award-winners four times over, there is no more beautiful a base from which to explore the gorgeous Cotswold countryside. We have five, 4 star letting rooms, all ensuite with handcrafted oak beds and some with roll top baths and all with glorious countryside views. We serve excellent award-winning homemade food that has held two AA rosettes and a Bib Gourmand for the past seven years running. We feature in the Good Food Guide, Michelin Guide and Good Pub Guide). We were also awarded 'Escape of the Year 2016'. The Ebrington Arms is one of the few idyllic country pubs left that remain the hub of village and a hidden gem for those who find it! We are ideally based to explore the Cotswold villages, with Chipping Campden just around the corner, the famous National Trust Hidcote Gardens and the historic centre of Stratford Upon Avon and the centre of all things Shakespeare is only 10 miles away.
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Chipping Campden, Ebrington GL55 6NH England
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Judith P wrote a review Yesterday
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We had ben told we could not be served food at this delightful inn as they were fully booked. We were a group of 7 out walking for the day but decided to call in for drinks only to find very few people eating. We ordered drinks and sat in the garden before commencing our walk. Us ladies in the group visited the toilets before departing. I was horrified to discover there was no soap to wash my hands and, considering these unprecedented times quite frankly quite shocked that premises such as this did not consider hand hygiene to be a priority.
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Date of stay: September 2021
juliette j wrote a review 15 Sep
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We decided to spend three well needed countryside days in the beautiful Cotswolds as we love doing when Brighton gets a bit much. Having not had a single day off since February we thought it was about time! We decided to have our last meal at the Ebrington Arms. Tucked away in Ebrington with a view to die for and the most beautiful garden, we thought yes, that’s the one. Nope... we arrived at 12pm to a completely empty garden, and completely empty pub. Was greeted by what appeared to be the manager all suited and booted behind the bar. I asked if they were dog friendly to which I was told yes I then asked if we could have a drink in the garden and perhaps lunch. After being looked at up and down I was told “a drink yes, lunch no. We are full” not sorry or I’m afraid we cannot accommodate you. We do like to think we do not smell or wear muddy or hiking clothes (which would be completely fine in our opinion as you know.... Cotswolds, countryside and all) but clearly we didn’t fit the criteria for a lunch at the Ebrington Arms. It’s such a shame that the view and beauty of this pub is being stolen by a snooty manager / new owner? You can be posh and nice, it does go hand in hand. If you are looking for a beautiful pub with the nicest service and really good food head to The Village Pub in Barnsley They don’t just hve a mention in the Michelin guide they hve 5 stars AA rating and will give you the warmest welcome ever. Now, before we end the lovely review we hope that our own customers in our own pub never receive the stinky welcome we received today. We didn’t even leave upset in the slightest, we left sad that such a gem of a place is going to waste because someone think they know what hospitality is. Laughable.
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Date of stay: September 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Bouffycooks wrote a review 15 Sep
Adlestrop, United Kingdom6 contributions6 helpful votes
This is not a review about the food it’s a review about the welcome. Having just completed our favourite walk we dropped in to the pub at just before 12.30 for a beer and a light lunch. The man behind the bar refused to serve us as we hadn’t booked a table….. whaaat! The whole place was empty and hardly looked fully booked. Not what we would expect for a village pub. We left and went to The Chequers in Churchill where we had a lovely welcome and a delicious lunch.
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Date of stay: August 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Flyer307259 wrote a review 10 Sep
Liss, United Kingdom3 contributions
Our party of 9 on the evening of 8th Sept were very dissapointed & upset when four of our number were served raw pig meat with 80% fat, described on menu as ' braised belly pork'. Surly waiter eventually got manager to our table, who grudgingly apologised, whilst not charged for the raw pork & the few drinks we had deducted from bill, the whole experience smaked of a lack of training & professionalism. On reflection we should have photographed the meat & sent to the Food Safety authority. Until competent management in charge suggest you avoid this inn.
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Date of stay: September 2021
Robert_James83 wrote a review 9 Sep
Cambridge, United Kingdom36 contributions46 helpful votes
With quaint country gastro pubs around every corner you’ve got to do something to stand out. The Ebrington Arms is really well situated and scores high on the picturesque scale for The Cotswolds. The food however and attention to detail in the restaurant was lacking. It’s very dimly lit so we asked the waiter if we could have the candle lit… apparently there is a shortage of candles… Get thee to a Sainsbury’s and buy some? I ordered the Pigeon to start. The breasts were dry and tough. Not how I’ve had them before. The Bass however was cooked perfectly and seasoned well but not much of a show stopper. £28 for two courses is very reasonable but I agree with some of the other reviewers. The cost of sides and bread at £4 each is a bit steep… I’m afraid with such choice in the area I won’t be returning. I can recommend The Kings Arms in Mickleton as very healthy competition!
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Date of stay: September 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Frequently Asked Questions about The Ebrington Arms
Which popular attractions are close to The Ebrington Arms?
Nearby attractions include Cotswold Archery (4.1 miles), Honeybourne Pottery (5.0 miles), and Cotswold Falconry Centre (4.1 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at The Ebrington Arms?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
What food & drink options are available at The Ebrington Arms?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at The Ebrington Arms?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to The Ebrington Arms?
Conveniently located restaurants include The Cotswold Tearoom, Blockley Café, and The Black Bear.
Is The Ebrington Arms located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.10 miles away from the centre of Ebrington.
Are there any historical sites close to The Ebrington Arms?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Kiftsgate Court Gardens (2.1 miles), The Gallery at The Guild (2.3 miles), and Old Campden House (3.5 miles).