The Butcher’s Arms is run by Philip and Alison McLaughlin having taking on the pub since march 2015.

The warmest of welcomes and a serving of scrumptious food awaits at The Butchers Arms. A visit to this 18th-century public house in the civil parish of Oakridge Lynch, amidst the glorious Cotswolds countryside, is definitely worthwhile.

Step into the warmth of the interior, complete with exposed stone walls and original period features. The restaurant is reminiscent of a country home, with farmhouse kitchen tables and solid oak beams. The menus present an abundance of choice, featuring classic favourites, whilst also highlighting the season’s delights. Whet your appetite with homemade Thai fishcakes, or deep-fried garlic mushrooms accompanied by a chilli and lime aioli. Afterwards, sample from the range of gourmet burgers created from Irish beef, or alternatively plump for sausage and mash with a twist – grilled Stilton and leek sausage, paired with creamy mash and fried garlic cabbage, and doused in onion gravy. Beverages are equally enticing and the range includes local ales.

The Butchers Arms is an ideal destination, no matter the weather. The local Golden Valley is renowned for stunning walks, and dogs and welly-wearing guests are welcome. To fully experience The Butchers Arms and the surrounding rural wonderland, extend your stay and make use of the pub’s lovely self catering cottage. When it turns colder, head inside and cosy up by one of the pub’s roaring log fires.

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