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Inns in Berkeley

Malt House
Marybrook Street
Berkeley
Gloucestershire

GL13 9BA | View map
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The Malt House at Berkeley is one of those family hotels and restaurants that you can spend a millennium looking for. The Inn can boast nothing if it can't boast comfort. Tastefully furnished in mellow wall coverings and dark woods, the restaurant and bars have just the right level of intimacy and informality to instantly relax you. Wendy and her family welcome you to their home in the heart of the Cotswold Hills and assure you of a memorable stay.

The restaurant and menu are described elsewhere in these pages, but a pre-lunch or dinner drink also play and important part on your visit to The Malt House.

From the moment you arrive to take a seat at the bar, or one of the comfortable chairs at a table, you will quickly relax into a friendly, local atmosphere. There is an excellent selection of wines and spirits, and of course, real ales, lagers and the usual mix of stouts and ciders to choose from. There is also a wide selection of bottled beers and alcopops.

If you are in a hurry but wish to eat, we serve bar-food from the blackboard. A typical menu is displayed on the 'Restaurant' page on this site together with photo shots of the restaurant.

Whatever your choice, you can relax and enjoy the food, wine and good company.

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