A charming 17th-century inn made from rustic Cotswold stone, The Slaughters Country Inn sits on the banks of the River Eye. Comforting, relaxed dining offers seasonal produce, cooked to simple yet refined recipes.
A light salad of candy beetroot, pink fir potatoes and creamed goats' cheese features on The Slaughters Country Inn menu, alongside hearty belly of Old Spot pork with creamed potatoes, pickled red cabbage and a thyme sauce, and a delicate pan-fried Loch Duart salmon with saffron, sorrel, cannellini bean broth and salsa verde. Offerings change with the seasons, while timeless pub classics include a juicy rump beef burger and the Breakspear beer-battered fish and chips.
Lunch at The Slaughters Country Inn includes a host of light dishes alongside gourmet sandwich options, such as honey-roast ham and whole-grain mustard, while an eclectic wine list is sourced from French and New World vineyards. Hearty British ales can be enjoyed by the fireplace in the brightly lit, contemporary interior of this historic Gloucestershire pub.
Frequent events and themed food nights feature at The Slaughters Country Inn. In a rural spot in Gloucestershire, it is 2 minutes' drive from the A429.
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- afternoon tea (34)
- al fresco (29)
- breakfast (45)
- business (8)
- child friendly (28)
- dinner (105)
- entertainment (4)
- large parties (19)
- lunch (73)
- luxury (42)
- private dining (32)
- romantic (48)
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1 March 2020
I found the Restaurant disappointing. I thought the choices limited and the quality only average. I also thought it was less “professional” than I expected
16 February 2020
Lovely place, good food, good service. Very dog friendly.
12 February 2020
A lovely meal at The Slaughters Country Inn. Booked for Fish and Chip night. The fish and chips were delicious, the staff were welcoming and friendly. We would definitely book again
9 February 2020
Sunday lunch. One of the best in the area.
8 February 2020
Great food and atmosphere also really good service.
2 February 2020
the roast beef Sunday lunch was wonderful
1 February 2020
Distinctly average. Wine was poor for the price (£12 for a large glass of Malbec). Bar was nice but would have been nice to not have been placed next to a family when there were plenty of other tables. Food was ok, not incredible, not awful.
26 January 2020
Lovely place set in beautiful Cotswold area for a lovely Sunday roast. Staff were very accommodating when we arrived late for lunch as the kitchen was just closing. They still prepared us a delicious Sunday roast and were very polite and courteous. Thank you! Have stayed overnight previously also too and found it to be a really nice experience.
22 January 2020
The staff were all very friendly, personable and professional. There was an unfortunate situation of the bar fire alarm going off which required guests having to evacuate into the main restaurant mid meals. The staff swiftly sorted table seating for everyone and ensured that all meals were served without delay. We were very impressed. Our meal was excellent the food was really good and we had a thoroughly enjoyable evening!
19 January 2020
The roast dinner was great and the food was delicious although arrived very quickly which often had cause for concern (how long has it just been sat waiting rather than cooked fresh?) but the atmosphere was a little strange I had expected to be in the pub but we were seated in a much more modern restaurant style area that really lacked ambience and felt rather cold. I was disappointed and would next time try to get seated in the actual pub area if possible - not sure if you have to request this differently