For the most part, eating out during that break in the Cotswolds is all about finding a country pub with a great reputation and settling down to a good view…and The Tite Inn fits the bill perfectly. Set in the pretty little village of Chadlington, near Chippy, The Tite Inn has the kind of features that make you feel instantly at home. Think exposed wooden beams, flagstones and an open fire, and all with a warm welcome.
Let’s start with the food…The Tite Inn serves up good, hearty food with style, and it prides itself on its home-cooked, no-fuss menu. If you fancy stopping off for something to eat during a walk in the area, or just sampling the local flavours, it’s a great place for a pit stop. In fact, some of the region’s most beautiful cycle routes start or end nearby, so this one’s a popular spot with cyclists enjoying the surrounding landscape from the saddle.
For those of you who love to whet your whistle with a pint of something cold, you’ll find a selection of real ales, lagers and ciders, and for the cider drinkers amongst you, you’ll have the choice between a powerful scrumpy or something easier.