Beer Gardens In Gloucestershire

The great British beer gardens in Gloucestershire are something to be celebrated. Sitting in a pub garden in the fresh air, enjoying some alfresco drinking and alfresco dining is one of the great pleasures of the summer.

12 Beer Gardens In Gloucestershire To Hit Up This Summer

There are plenty of bars, pubs, cafes and restaurants that provide diners with the opportunity to eat al fresco in Gloucestershire. Soak up beautiful views of the River Severn from the White Hart or enjoy amazing greek cuisine at Greek On The Docks.

Find outdoor bars, beautiful beer gardens and sleek terraces for alfresco drinking. See below for some of our favourite beer gardens in Gloucestershire that have been included for their panoramic views and lush foliage, some for their summery drinks or irresistible food menus, some for their riverside location.

Enjoy the sun and your amigos, and thank you beer gardens!

Serving the local community for 300 years, the Ebrington Arms serves beautifully prepared seasonal fare served alongside delicious Cotswold pub classics.

A beautiful pub garden to spend long lazy afternoons in the summer with friends and a bottle on ice.

Founded with the idea in mind to build a pub they would enjoy drinking in, the Outdoor Inn is an ideal place to go when the sun in shining and perfect for groups!

Enjoy some alfresco dining with local food pop ups and live music throughout the day at one of the best beer gardens in Gloucestershire..

Retreat to The Bear on Rodborough Common, nestled amongst the rambling hills of beautiful National Trust land with the odd roaming cow venturing in between.

Sink into the ultimate escapism that’s a home away from home and sit back with a few beers in hand outside in their wonderful pub garden.

Relax and unwind whilst looking out at the truly picturesque Painswick Valley. Enjoy homemade food, ingredients of which are bought from local suppliers, and taste some local ale! Their windows allow for a wonderful view over the valley while you enjoy your meal, they also have a large terraced patio overlooking the valley which is a wonderful place to enjoy a drink or two on a summers evening.

Overlooking our glorious garden you’ll find The Terrace. A relaxed outside seating area featuring beautiful scenery and crisp country air – an ideal spot to quench your thirst with a cold beer on a Summer’s afternoon or enjoy some open-air alfresco dining to chinwag with chums.

This delightful boutique hotel enjoys a quiet location in one of the most historical streets in Cirencester yet it is only a 5 minute walk into the centre of this quintessential Cotswold town. Offering an on-site private car park and stunning walled garden it makes the perfect base to explore the town and surrounding Cotswolds countryside.

Whether dining in the Court Restaurant, enjoying a light snack in the cosy Courtyard Bar or eating al fresco in the delightful pub garden, all of their food is prepared using the freshest of ingredients and sourced from local Cotswold suppliers wherever possible.

The main dining room at this Cotswolds farm is a converted barn with high ceilings and an open kitchen. The Trough opens out to the Legbar, the Fountain Courtyard and the summer Courtyard.

Most of the menu is fresh from their organic farms in the Cotswolds and Staffordshire, where they mindfully and sustainably raise grass pastured rare and native breeds, pedigree dairy herd, free range chickens and eggs, grow seasonal fruit and vegetables and make award-winning artisan breads, ham and cow’s milk cheeses.

The alfresco dining terrace provides a suntrap throughout the day and evenings are warmed with plenty of heaters, blankets and coverings to ensure your experience is a snug and comfy one. Their new menu is perfect for dining outdoors, options include delicious sharing platters, flame grilled steaks and fresh salads.

Their new ‘Cedar Pavilion’ is a pop-up cosy eatery, set within an impressive stretch tent from South Africa. This special new addition to the estate proposes a swanky setting with festoon lighting, crafted wooden tables, vibrant fire bowls and cedar views.

Their carriages offer a unique and quirky outdoor dining experience on the South lawn with fantastic panoramic views. Complete with their own firepit, cushions and blankets for warmth, suited to parties of four people, and a great space for afternoon teas.

Enjoy some alfresco drinking with your friends at Café Rene with spacious outdoor seating for you to let your hair down and enjoy an array of live music from well-known performers from the local area. Take a seat and enjoy some rays and a pint of local ale at one of the many beer gardens in Gloucestershire.

What is better than sipping on a nice cold beer with friends overlooking the river on a wonderful summers day? Maybe nothing. Visit The Riverside for great views and good food.

This is one of our favourite beer gardens in Gloucestershire.