Pubs

Pubs

We are so lucky to have a fabulous choice of pubs in the Cotswold Water Park and surrounding area – from pubs with snug cosy corners and open fires in winter, to family friendly pub gardens with lovely views – and the food and beer is pretty good too!

The villages and towns offer a great variety of friendly local pubs, and many of them are situated on peaceful walking / cycling routes such as the Thames Path, or National Cycle route 45– why not come for a day out?

Pubs

Lakeside
Lakeside
info@lakeside-bar.co.uk

Lakeside is a unique venue in a unique location. It can be found on the Watermark Club complex, overlooking Spring Lake, just outside the village of South Cerney. Lakeside has one of the best water sports facilities in the country, Lakeside Ski and Wake, a vibrant family friendly sports bar and restaurant, the Lakeside Brasserie, plus a gymnasium.

Masons Arms, Meysey Hampton
Masons Arms, Meysey Hampton
masonsatmeysey@gmail.com

A popular Cotswolds village pub conveniently located in the central Water Park, between Fairford and South Cerney. Accommodation comprises of eight bedrooms with en-suite facilities. Morning teas & coffees from 8.30am weekdays, with pub lunches and dinners daily, including Sunday roasts. Situated on the Village Green, you can park your bikes and relax with a drink, also enjoy one of the pub’s picnics in the summer.

Old Boathouse Pub
Old Boathouse Pub
oldboathouse@four-pillars.co.uk

The Old Boathouse is a ‘real’ Cotswolds pub. where you can enjoy a drink and a bite to eat in a relaxed setting. In fact, we’ are one of the few pubs in the area that serve food all day

Royal Oak South Cerney
Royal Oak South Cerney

The Royal Oak is a 300 year old pub situated in South Cerney, offering fantastic food and drinks. Please see our website for more details.

The White Hart, Ashton Keynes
The White Hart, Ashton Keynes
enquiries@whitehartak.com

A real village pub, run by locals who love their beautiful village and offer a warm welcome to all, from local club meetings over a convivial pint to lunches for cyclists and campers or Thames Path walkers just passing through

The Wild Duck Inn, Ewen
The Wild Duck Inn, Ewen
duckreservations@aol.com

The Wild Duck is a mellow Cotswold stone inn dating back to 1568 steeped in history with oak beams, ancestral portraits and open log fires. An extensive wine list and real ales compliment the fresh local produce used in the innovative menu.