Pubs In Cheltenham
The cultural capital of the Cotswolds, Cheltenham is a town renowned for its racecourse, architecture, heritage, natural beauty and of course, it’s pubs!
The Frog and Fiddle on the High Street
Just putting it out there, The Frog and Fiddle has to be the most atmospheric venue in Cheltenham with live music, good beer, pub games aplenty and all major sporting events shown on one of 12 screens, there’s not much more you could ask for. Make sure you take a look at their live music events with a variety of artists playing almost every weekend.
The Old Restoration on the High Street
A venue that stakes its claim as Cheltenham’s oldest pub, The Old Restoration is tucked nicely into the centre of the town. A wide variety of real ales and craft beers adorn the bar with a dedicated twin darts area and table football! Live sport is regularly shown in the main bar but there’s a host of nooks and crannies for those who appreciate quieter drinking areas. With breakfast being served from 8:30am and incredible sharing roast dinners on Sunday afternoons their food menu is a thorough British affair using only the best seasonal produce.
The Royal Oak on The Burgage, Prestbury
In the quaint village of Prestbury, just a ten minute drive outside of Cheltenham town centre, sits The Royal Oak, the closest pub to Cheltenham Racecourse. Log fires, dog-friendly snug bar and dining room with high quality pub food and excellent real ale – what more could you want? Boasting a large function room with private bar it’s the perfect location to hold an event, from a birthday party with all the works to smaller business meetings and conferences.