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The expert selection: English pub gardens: Financial Times - 27 July 2013

Thursday, July 11, 2013

David Hancock has been a pub and restaurant inspector for more than 25 years, writing for publishers including Egon Ronay’s guides, Which? and the AA, and serving as a judge on numerous panels. He edits the Alastair Sawday Pubs & Inns Guide, which has just celebrated its 10th edition. Here he picks five favourite pub gardens to enjoy in summer.
The Feathered Nest Country Inn - The village is tiny, the bar lively, the food a treat. This 300-year-old malthouse had a recent facelift and now shines. The view is the best in the Cotswolds, drawing you to the terrace where quilted fields run to a distant ridge. You get beds of lavender, swaths of lawn, and a vegetable garden that serves the kitchen. Bedrooms upstairs are gorgeous. More ...

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