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The Ebrington Arms, Chipping Campden

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May Lane
Postal town: Chipping Campden
GL55 6NH
Phone: 01386593223

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Thuck Phat left this review about The Ebrington Arms

The Ebrington Arms is an archetypal, pretty, Cotswold stone, traditional village pub.
The small bar is to the right and has all the expected trimmings - comfortable, mixed wood furniture and wooden floors. There was though only limited room for drinkers on Saturday lunchtime as most of the tables both around the bar and in the dining room were reserved.
One of those was for us as we were here for a family lunch which went very well. The food was excellent, and so it should be at just shy £10 for starters and up to £20 for mains, and the service was tremendous. Friendly, easy and very professional without being over the top.
There's plenty of room for a glass or two in the well kept garden, if you're not eating and the weather is decent, and you're rewarded with a compelling view of rolling countryside.
Beers on were mainly from Stroud with those labelled Yubberton brewed by Stroud for the pub. The four handpumps displayed the following clips: Yubberton Goldie, Yubberton Yubby, Stroud Tom Long and Flying Monk Hoptimistic Monk. Three of these didn't trouble the 4% mark with one at 4.2% and, whilst all that we tried were in good shape, those from Stroud confirmed my view that their beers are, at best, dull.
A great place to celebrate your mother's birthday but I wouldn't make a special journey for a session.

On 25th June 2019 - rating: 6
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Ian Mapp left this review about The Ebrington Arms

Greeted by a sign saying its "The Times best village Inn in the Uk". Big claim, but you can kind of see where they are coming from.

Tiny front bar. Long dining room, with a sign saying only for diners.

1pm on a Saturday lunch and no choice but to stand at bar and get in everyone's way. Strange, when there is so much room available.

Beer wise, there was a Mild from North Cotswold Brewery and two of their own brands - Yubberton Yubby and Goldie. The Yubby was good enough to prompt me to buy three bottles to take home.

Worth seeking out.

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On 4th February 2018 - rating: 8
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Nick Davies left this review about The Ebrington Arms

Chocolate box village pub in the heart of the Cotswolds. It's a long, narrow 17th century stone building with more recent additions to fulfill its primary roleas a posh restaurant. The room at the front is however a very much traditional village local, beams, stone floor, wooden settles, open fire all present and correct. Though I suspect any village locals calling in straight from mucking out pigs (or more likely plastering the Chipping Norton set's dachas) would not go down well with the green wellie brigade that form the target clientele. Beyond the bar you drop down through an extensive restaurant area, all still very much in keeping, before exiting to a very attractive garden with gorgeous views.

The beer, Yubberton, is brewed by the pub's owners, and very good it is too. It's in the GBG, and has been local POTY severy times, and well as a finalist in the national competiton. It's Michelin listed, and has an award from one of Murdoch's rags, but don't let that put you off.

It's well worth a trip out, but only plan to eat anything if you have deep pockets. £12 for a ploughman's? Yeah, right, pull the other one.

On 2nd August 2017 - rating: 9
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Peter Jillings left this review about The Ebrington Arms

The Ebrington Arms is renowned for it's excellent food, and known locally as a good watering hole. This pub has recently started brewing it's own range of beers. "Girt Lush!"

On 30th March 2014 - rating: 9
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