8 of the best carveries in Gloucestershire

Tuck into a British classic complete with crispy roast potatoes, succulent slow-roasted meat and delicious gravy, with one of Gloucestershire's best carveries.

Don't miss our selection of the best places to enjoy a carvery in Gloucestershire.
Don't miss our selection of the best places to enjoy a carvery in Gloucestershire.

Sure to tempt you to indulge in a traditional roast with all the trimmings, SoGlos has handpicked eight of the best carveries in Gloucestershire, encompassing country pubs, riverside restaurants and cosy inns.

Offering the perfect excuse to tuck into the hearty British staple, these tasty spots promise to serve up a classic carvery, saving you the hassle of cooking.

1. The Boat Inn Ashleworth

Nestled on the bank of the River Severn, The Boat Inn Ashleworth is sure to delight diners with its traditional Sunday carvery, served up with all the tasty trimmings.

Scrumptious offerings on the menu have ranged from marmalade-glazed gammon; herb-crusted pork; salt and pepper beef; and Italian-seasoned pork served up with crunchy crackling, with sides including sweet-glazed parsnips, homemade gravy and goose-fat roasted potatoes.

2. High Orchard

Boasting irresistible two-for-one deals, hungry visitors can take full advantage of the Sunday carvery at High Orchard pub in Gloucester, with the option to go extra-large if you’re feeling particularly hungry!

Diners can tuck into freshly carved roasts served with homemade Yorkshire puddings and plenty of greens, making it a carvery to remember within a relaxed pub setting.

3. The Merryfellow Inn

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Offering the perfect Sunday treat served within a welcoming and comfortable setting, The Merryfellow in Charlton Kings is the place to go for one of the best carveries around Cheltenham.

Diners can look forward to slow-roasted locally sourced meat served with a choice of 10 freshly cooked vegetables, not to mention the pub’s signature giant Yorkshire puddings and stuffing, with lashings of gravy to boot.

4. The Eliot Arms

Treat your taste buds every Sunday when The Eliot Arms in South Cerney offers diners the chance to enjoy a delicious carvery, complete with all the trimmings.

The pub, housed in a traditional 16th century Cotswold stone building, is situated in Cotswold Water Park and offers a cosy setting in winter and a spacious beer garden to enjoy during the summer months.

5. The Malt House

A family-run hotel and restaurant in Berkeley, The Malt House, promises a satisfying Sunday lunch fix, championing local produce and serving up perfectly-cooked meats in its homemade carveries.

Cooking the Sunday staple just as Brits have come to know and love it, diners can expect golden roast potatoes, light and fluffy mash potato, and a large selection of fresh vegetables.

6. Rose Tree Farm

Meat lovers are spoilt for choice at Rose Tree Farm in Quedgeley, which serves roast beef, pork, gammon and turkey will all the trimmings, including Yorkshires and fluffy roasties.

Save room to sample some of the delicious and massive homemade cakes, gateaux and cheesecakes, or enjoy trying some of the tempting ice-creams.

7. Lower Lode Inn

On Sundays from 12pm to 3pm, diners can enjoy a tasty carvery at Lower Lode Inn, a charming country pub located on the banks of the River Severn in Tewkesbury.

The 15th century riverside inn also serves a selection of CAMRA-accredited real ales that can be enjoyed alongside your lunch.

8. The Round of Gras

The Round of Gras is a family-friendly pub in Evesham that serves a carvery every Sunday from 11.45am to 8pm. Diners can choose from three meats, with topside of beef always on offer, along with pork, turkey or lamb, and all the trimmings.

And, it’s not just Sundays that you can enjoy a carvery at the pub as it has a midweek special that includes a choice of two meats and pudding for just £9.95.

By Sophie Bird

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