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Inn For All Seasons (The)
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This 17th century Cotswold coaching inn overlooking the rolling countryside continues to enhance its reputation for good food in a relaxed, traditional setting. Now under the direction of chef/Proprietor Matthew Sharp and his wife Heather, the inn has been in the Sharp family for over 20 years. Matthew is a classically trained chef and has worked in some of the best London hotels. He puts together a daily changing menu that takes advantage of local produce. The inn also specialises in fish and shellfish, all sourced in Brixham.

The 10 en suite double and twin rooms (including a lovely four poster room) are all different and boast pleasant views. The Inn is ideally situated between Oxford and Cheltenham, and just to the west of Buford; the gateway to the Cotswolds. Bibury, Bourton-on-the-Water, Stow-on-the-Wold and Chipping Norton are all very close and well worth a visit.


Ratings/Awards: AA 3 Star
ETB 5 Crowns
Number of Rooms: 10
Number Ensuite: 10
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Name: The Inn for all Seasons
Cuisine: English Continental
Chef: Matthew Sharp
Awards: AA One Rosette

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Sample Menu:

Soup of the day served with Crusty granary bread and butter £4.50
Breakfast terrine served with boiled bantam eggs £5.75
Parma ham and roasted vegetable salad served with buffalo mozzarella £5.75
Italian plum Tomato feta and olive salad with a pesto dressing £5.75
First new seasons Evesham asparagus served with lemon butter £6.95
Carpaccio of beef fillet served on a rocket salad with fresh Parmesan £6.75
Main Courses
Roast loin of Cotswold lamb cooked pink and served on Provencal vegetables with a roast lamb jus £13.95
Grilled Sirloin of Baclugh beef served with chunky chips a mixed leaf salad and a green peppercorn sauce £16.50 (£6.50 supplement for inclusive residents)
Classic pork Osso bucco served with olive oil mashed potatoes £10.95
Grilled fillet of Baclugh beef served with field mushrooms tomatoes and fries with a red wine jus£17.50 (supplement £7.50 to inclusive residents)
Roasted vegetable shepherds pie topped with pesto mash £9.50
Rabbit and chicken fricassee cooked in tarragon and button mushroom sauce served with steamed tarragon rice £10.95
Pan-fried spring lambs liver served on a leek and potato cake with a caramelised onion jus£10.50
Garlic French bread £3.75
Chunky homemade chips £2.20
French fries £1.75
Mixed or green salad £2.95
Tomato onion and pesto salad £3.50
Black and green olives and cornichons £3.25
Crusty granary bread and butter £1.75

Sticky toffee and date pudding with a hot toffee sauce
Chocolate brownie with chocolate sauce and vanilla ice cream
Blood orange cheesecake served with raspberry coulis
Apricot and almond tart with a fresh fruit coulis
Warm waffle topped with strawberry and chocolate ice cream
Praline parfait
All desserts £4.75

A selection of regional farmhouse cheeses served
With homemade chutney and fresh fruit
Cheeses £6.50

Sovereign blend coffee or a selection of teas £2.00
Don’t forget to have a look at our Brixham fish board located opposite the bar

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