The Angel at Burford
Merely a stone's throw from Burford's vibrant main street, The Angel offers a serene and cosy retreat.
The Angel, a celebrated pub near Burford's heart, epitomises the charm of this bustling historic market town, often referred to as the Cotswolds' entry point. Established in 1652, this inviting restaurant with lodging is a treasure trove of historical charm, boasting original features.
Its ceilings are graced with ancient oak beams, and during winter, the warmth of log fires dances on polished copper and brass surfaces. Summer days are best spent in its serene courtyard or the enclosed garden.
The bar area showcases well-maintained Hook Norton Ales and boasts what many consider Burford's most exquisite bar counter, crafted from the rare Burr Elm. It's a common sight to see locals here, savouring a drink and basking in the warmth of Cotswold camaraderie.
Awarded with 2 AA Rosettes, The Angel is renowned as a pub with a global acclaim for its culinary excellence. The candlelit dining area offers a menu that celebrates local Cotswold bounty, featuring a diverse array of seasonal offerings. These include locally sourced game, exceptional seafood, and impressive desserts, all prepared with the freshest, top-quality ingredients.