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Full Postal AddressThe Ebrington Arms, Ebrington, CHIPPING CAMPDEN, GL55 6NH [Map]
Telephone Number01386 593223Pub's Own Websitehttp://www.theebringtonarms.co.uk/ 
Opening Times18-22:30 MO; 12-14.30, 18-23 TU-SA; 12-14:30, 18-22.30 SU
FacilitiesAccommodation, Car Park, Evening Meals, Real Fire, Beer Garden, Lunchtime Meals, Quiet Bar


The Ebrington Arms, September 1996

Tucked away in a small village in the north-eastern corner of Gloucestershire lies the Ebrington Arms. To get to Ebrington you need to find Chipping Campden on the B4035 and then look for the signpost for Ebrington. Ebrington's about 2 miles east of Chipping Campden.

The pub is very much a locals pub but has its fair share of visitors too. The food is simple but very tasty and the portions are generous. They've various types of sausages on offer (for about a fiver) which are worth a try but remember, they don't do food on a Sunday evening.

Make sure that you don't complain about the crockery used in the pub as the landlord makes it all in a pottery round the back! The exterior of the pub is of Cotswold stone, the interior has flagstoned floors and inglenook fireplaces which are worth checking out. You won't find any tacky piped music or annoying fruit-machines here, just good food, conversation and beer (Donnington SBA and Hook Norton Best Bitter). Oh yes, to save you asking the barmen where the loos are, they're outside and across the courtyard!




 
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