Rich in history, Stow-on-the-Wold boasts one of the finest Market Squares in the country. Set within 17th and 18th Century Cotswold architecture, many of the buildings are home to fine art galleries and antique shops. Stow is a great place to base yourself - a perfect mix of town and country with a wonderful selection of pubs, restaurants and interesting shops.
If you plan to settle and not use the car, the market square offers a good selection of shops to cater for all your needs with a bakers, delicatessens, two grocery stores, organic shop, wine merchants, and a wonderful butchers, all within walking distance from the cottage.
The famous Cotswold countryside is literally on the doorstep, with lots of countryside walks to nearby villages. See more>>
|Places to Eat
There are many great places to eat in Stow, from Brasserie's to gastro-pubs.
Amongst these are, The Old Butchers (01451 831700) which offers excellent modern British food in contemporary surroundings (This is our favourite restaurant!) .
At the entrance to Talbot Court is the "The Talbot" restaurant and bar (01451 870934) which too offers very good food.
In the market square you will find the Kings Arms (01451 830364) pub and restaurant, and the Queens Head - serving traditional food and good ale.
Almost opposite the old Butchers, is The Royalist Hotel with its restaurant - 947AD, adjacent to the restaurant is The Eagle and Child public house. Close by you will find The Grapvine and Digbeths Bistro.
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