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Inns in Colesbourne

Colesbourne Inn
Colesbourne
Gloucestershire

GL53 9NP | View map

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This handsome tufa-type stone house is set in the heart of the Cotswolds within the Colesbourne Estate. Dating back to 1827 and having been sympathetically restored, the Inn is set in two acres of ground. Why not discover some of our more unique attributes: the side entrance from the bar was formerly used as a chamber for smoking ham and outside the window is a deep 4ft wide well. From the moment you arrive, we will endeavour to take your breath away...

We have 9 bedrooms, all of which are simply lovely and have been individually decorated. Choose from one of the four-poster bedrooms, or antique double-bedded rooms, we all have our favourites, so why not choose yours...

Lots of beams, roaring log fires, four separate dining areas including a magnificent terrace and garden with stunning country views. Fine ales, long G&Ts and in excess of 20 wines by the glass as well as extensive wine list, we have lots to tempt you! All our food is homemade, even the flavoured breads and ice cream. We have everything from light bites through to fantastic feasts!

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Nearest Train Station: Cheltenham
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Number of Rooms: 9
Number Ensuite: 9

Price per Room:

Price Includes: Breakfast & VAT
Double: £75
Twin: £75
Single: From £55 - Single occupancy
Four Poster: £85
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Sample Menu:


Light Bites

The Colesbourne Club
Smoked Chicken, crispy parma ham, egg, lettuce, tomato & cucumber and dijon mayonnaise in a black pepper bap. Perfect to share!
£8.50

Grilled Aubergines, courgettes & peppers with black olive tapenade
in a black pepper bap (v) (n)

Loin of Pork, Gruyere cheese and apple in a toasted black pepper bap

Soup & Salads
Chilled Gazpacho with a tomato & basil sorbet (v)

Warm salad of crispy pancetta & poached egg with jersey royals and beetroot

Seared Tuna with wasabi and warmed curry oil and oriental salad

Ceveche of scallop, tomato & lime salsa and crème fraiche

Crab tortellini with a seafood & herb broth

To commence

Chicken liver parfait, toasted brioche and fig chutney

Confied crispy duck, cucumber & spring onions with pancakes and plum sauce

Tomato & aubergine caviar tian with pickled cucumber dressing (v)

Smoked salmon, caper & crème fraiche flatbread

To follow

The Colesbourne Puff Pastry & Potato Pie, please choose a filling!
Steak and Wadworth Ale (n)
Chicken, Ham Hock & Sweetcorn with white wine & cream (n)
Smoked Haddock, cod and king prawn with Double Gloucester Cheese (n)
£8.95

Bowl of Welsh Spring Lamb
Cannon of confit lamb with couscous, rosemary slow roasted belly & spicy sausage
£14.50

Panfried Cornish brill, curried split lentil, shallot, saffron and garden herb dressing
£13.95

Roast breast of Gressingham Duck with blackberry & apple risotto
£14.25

Monkfish tail, mussel, clam and leek casserole
£13.95

Taster of Gloucester "old spot" Roasted fillet and belly, brawn, ribs and potato dauphinoise
£14.95

Panfried Calves liver and salad of asparagus, crushed jersey royals with a horseradish cream
£10.75

The Colesbourne Fish & Chips
Tempura plaice splashed with lime juice, homemade salt and vinegar chips and mushy peas
£10.95

Steak and Mushrooms
Foxley sirloin, sauteed wild mushrooms, potato cake with aioli and Oxford blue glaze
£14.95

English pea, asparagus and mint risotto with parmesan wafer (v)
Small £6.95 Large £9.95

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