Catherine Wheel39 High St
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The Catherine Wheel is an impressive example of "provincial baroque" architecture, much of it dating back to the 17th Century, although some interior features look older. Simple, sympathetic décor complements the exposed stonewalls and large open fireplaces. Inside it feels like a traditional Cotswold pub. Good ale, good food and a warm and welcoming interior. Large cosy bar area with rooms off and a courtyard-style garden with a covered area.