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The Ebrington Arms
Ranked #1 of 5 Ebrington B&B and Inns
Certificate of Excellence
Reviewed 11 May 2014

We spent three nights at this attractive pub with friends and we honestly can't fault it. Our rooms were clean and comfortable, the staff, without exception, were all friendly and highly efficient, and the food, which we enjoyed every night, was of the very highest quality. Breakfast was good too. Even the sausage rolls available as a bar snack were exceptional. Having said all that it might be best to avoid Bedroom 1 as it's directly above the bar so can be a little noisy during opening hours, although we found we didn't notice after a few drinks!

  • Stayed: May 2014, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 10 May 2014

We went with friends who lived locally, but this was their first visit too.

Simply put this is really a restaurant with a small bar, rather than a gastro pub serving posh grub.

Everything from the welcome from attentive staff, slick waiting staff, and clearly a very talented chef in the kitchen. Someone has assembled a good team here.

The food was exquisite and you'd have been more than happy with this is a fancy London restaurant. No one wasted time taking photos of the food - it looked as good as it tasted and no one held back!

We have recommended The Ebrington Arms to many others already.

Pricing - all four had three courses and two bottles of decent red and we were in for forty quid a head - an alround bargain! In London this would have set you back another twenty quid a head.

And we hope to come back again when next in the Cotswolds.

  • Stayed: April 2014, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 5 May 2014 via mobile

Popped in today after a walk in Blockley, place was buzzing at 12.00 noon!
I had ox cheek, meltingly good, my wife had gurnard on tomato concasse, and my daughter haddock and chips, the chips incidentally were fantastic. Great beer selection, interesting wine list, and hooray lots of 500ml carafe wines, we had Les Galets, perfect for a lunchtime libation in moderation. Good breads too, selection of three, tasted fresh and home made. Photo of today's menu just posted.
A pub worth finding.

Stayed: May 2014
3  Thank Rob N
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Reviewed 1 May 2014

The Cotswolds is always a good bet for food because the competition is fierce. Local, organic, fresh, seasonal are de rigeur in any Cotswolds restaurant worth its salt. The Ebrington Arms combines olde worlde pub charm with modern food. The atmosphere in the pub is spot on - warm, friendly, welcoming. The menu is everything a Michelin and Good Food Guide recommendation should be - including being weighty on price. The in-house smoked salmon was lovely, but too "nouvelle" - three teeny transparent slices for £6.50. The lamb was equally delicious, but equally miniscule and costing £18.50 - phew! We enjoyed the superb cheese board - particularly the Shropshire goat's cheese. But once again, £8.00 seems steep.
We will eat there again because my partner has deep pockets when it comes to rosette class food, but he will be paying again!

Stayed: April 2014
1  Thank dingtonia
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Reviewed 28 April 2014

traditional but smart country pub with a foodie menu. I went for lunch with a friend and was pleased to see 5 or 6 choices for starters and mains - more than that and I worry about the quality and and know its a sign that the food isn't freshly prepared. The menu was enticing and written in the modern style of listing the ingredients or components so you have a great time discussing and theorising about what you might be presented with - some might find it off putting but I'm sure the friendly staff would be more than happy to elucidate. I eventually plumped for duck parfait with smoked duck breast and spiced granola (rather than the savoury wild garlic pannacotta) to start and had slow cooked lamb shoulder fashioned into a fried patty and served with rare pencil fillet, peas and baby broadbeans and lettuce with a salt baked celeriac'dauphinoise' as a main followed by a gorgeously runny chocolate and orange tart with orange curd icecream to finish. I love my food and I had serious issues trying to decide what to have as there were several things that sounded really interesting.....might have to go back soon...if only to have another pint of the Yubby beer brewed to order for the landlord (Ebrington is locally referred to as 'Yubberton').

  • Stayed: April 2014, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 26 April 2014

Fun, authentic pub, Highly recommend the cheese and tomato toastie; but, not the cold pork sandwich. it would have been better served hot. Chips were perfectly cooked. Would visit again and recommend.

  • Stayed: April 2014, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 22 April 2014

Went here for Easter Sunday lunch. It was relatively busy but not overpacked.
The food we ordered was very tasty, well thought out and presented. We shared 2 starters and the vegetarian main which was all very good, and in my opinion, reasonably priced. I have paid the same price to have really really bad pub food before, so hence me writing that I do think it is reasonable.

However, for the childs roast dinner, it was only on leaving that we had realised they didn't bring out the accompanying vegetables that came with it. at the time we were too hungry to notice! But this bit was disappointing, i'm sure had I have mentioned it, they would have resolved there and then.

service was good.

  • Stayed: April 2014, travelled with family
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Additional Information about The Ebrington Arms

Address: Chipping Campden | Chipping Campden, Ebrington GL55 6NH, England
Region: United Kingdom > England > Cotswolds > Ebrington
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Restaurant Wheelchair access
Hotel Style:
Ranked #1 of 5 B&Bs / Inns in Ebrington
Price Range: £90 - £100 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:4 star — The Ebrington Arms 4*
Number of rooms: 5
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
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. ... more   less 
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