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The Rattlebone Inn


Situated in the beautiful Cotswold village of Sherston, The Rattlebone Inn is a classic 16th Century country pub with character oozing out of every knook and cranny. It even has a ghost, the 16th century Saxon warrior John Rattlebone. In the Winter the two fires give it a great atmosphere, complimenting the warm and friendly staff.


The pub is equally famous for its food and great fun drinking atmosphere. It has a vibrant bar where villagers and locals from the area meet to chew over life, and where acoustic music nights and other entertainment is a regular feature.


It is also very well known for its food, offering a Classic Country Bistro Menu with a modern twist, where Game in Season, Superb Steaks, Fresh Fish, and Locally Sourced Meats all feature strongly. It also has a strong following for its freshly made Puddings and Artisan Cheeses, and if you are in the mood for a delicious Snack, it can cater for that too.


In the Summer, the pub comes even more alive with its three Boules Pistes and three Boules Leagues, as well as regular Gourmet BBQs and delicious Spit Roasts (anyone for Haunch of Venison marinated in Port, Red Wine, and Juniper Berries served with Sauté Potatoes and a mix of modern salads?)


So whether it’s to sample the delicious food or simply to try one of its award winning ales or a fine wine and soak up the friendly atmosphere, why not visit The Rattlebone Inn?


The Rattlebone Inn, High Street, Sherston, Malmesbury, SN16 0LR 01666840871 eat@therattlebone.co.uk


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