The Potting Shed, Dormy House

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Having tried to get a table in this place for several birthdays and different occasions without success I was particularly chuffed with myself when I decided to book up a table for Father’s Day back in April and managed to bagsy a spot for seven of us.

Situated between Broadway and Moreton-in-Marsh, the drive from Cheltenham takes you on a scenic route right through the Cotswolds. Dad was pretty happy when we rolled up.

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Dormy House also runs a hotel, spa and restaurant. The Potting Shed is a little more relaxed and offers all your favourite quintessential pub meals. After a warm welcome we were shown to our table and began tempting our bellies with the array of menu options.

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The food was all beautifully presented, with forkfuls of food being passed around the table so we could all get a taste of everything.

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We made one comment about one of the fish mains being slightly on the small side and the staff saw to it immediately. Top customer service.

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After a lovely experience at Dormy House, I’m very much looking forward to checking out their sister venues Foxhill Manor and The Fish Hotel soon.

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