Our well known restaurant in the Cotswolds is coordinated by our admirable head chef Joe McCarthy.
A succession of new and devoted clientele from all over the Cotswolds and beyond are welcomed time and time again. It is worth booking a table to save disappointment.
The Wychwood Inn chose to join the AA three years ago and has been presented with the AA Dinner Award every year.
The Wychwood Inn menu
Our produce is sourced from the first rate UK suppliers and, where possible, locally.
Each season Joe conscientiously chooses and assess new dishes, which the staff and owners scrupulously test. It’s a tough job.
About Joe McCarthy, head chef
Our head chef since 2013, Joe McCarthy, was born in Cheltenham. He had his first kitchen job at the esteemed hotel and restaurant ‘Lords of the Manor’ in Upper Slaughter, at the tender age of 14.
Joe says “Seeing the food they produced amazed me. By the age of 15 I was prepping vegetables and working alongside the chefs”.
Impressed by Joe’s obvious talent, Lords of the Manor enrolled Joe into a catering and hospitality course at Gloucestershire College in Cheltenham.
Joe acquired knowledge and experience working as a chef in many good restaurants throughout the Cotswolds before finally joining Tracey and Paul at The Lamb Inn 10 years ago as second chef. He was offered the position of head chef when they purchased the pub formerly known as The Red Horse, where as a team they created The Wychwood Inn.
He now manages our kitchen staff and creates delicious ‘classics with a twist’ for our seasonal menus.
Dog friendly B&B in the Cotswolds
Bring man’s best friend.
We welcome both you and your dog for dining in the bar area following a day of exploring the Cotswolds.
Sit back and relax with a drink in your hand and your companion snuggled comfortably at your feet.
When booking, please advise that your dog will be joining you. For room reservations there is a charge of £10.00 per dog, per night.
A few house rules
Dogs must be kept under control at all times.
Whilst with us, please ask your dogs to keep their conversation to a minimum so not to disturb other guests.
Guests - please let us know in advance if you wish to bring your dog to breakfast. We can then set a table for all of you.
Service is not included (except on Sundays) and gratuities are at your own discretion.
Tables of 6 or more and residents will be charged a discretionary 10% service charge.
If you have and dietary requirements please speak to a member of staff who will be more than happy to assist you.
The lunch and dinner menus are available on special days and evenings respectively.
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