9 best hot chocolates in the Cotswolds

Satisfy your chocolate cravings and cosy up this winter with one of the best hot chocolates that the Cotswolds has to offer.

By Annabel Lammas  |  Published
Warm up on a chilly day with SoGlos’s selection of the best hot chocolates in the Cotswolds.

It’s time to cosy up in the Cotswolds and indulge in a scrumptious hot chocolate, with SoGlos finding lots of delicious and decadent drinks that you won’t be able to resist!

Whether you’re after lashings of whipped cream, mounds of marshmallows or an exciting new flavour, there are plenty of places to get your hot chocolate fix in the Cotswolds this winter.

Luxe Café Bar in Cirencester

Get your sugar fix at the Cotswolds’ most Insta-friendly café, with Luxe offering Terry’s Chocolate Orange flavoured hot chocolate as part of its winter menu; as well as its staple Nutella, Biscoff and Kinder Bueno hot chocolates, which are even more enjoyable next to its pretty pink flower wall.

Coach House Coffee in Stow-on-the-Wold

Offering a selection of scrumptious hot chocolates in the heart of the Cotswolds, Coach House Coffee sets the bar high with regular twists on the classic — past flavours include honeycomb, hazelnut, mint and toasted marshmallow.

Blockley Café near Moreton-in-Marsh

Whipping up luxurious hot chocs using premium, single origin chocolate tablets from Kokoa Collection, Blockley Café serves everything from white hot chocolate from the Ivory Coast to decadently rich dark hot chocolate, made from Madagascan beans. Add cream and marshmallows to satiate your sweet tooth.

Lavender Bakehouse in Chalford

Just down the road from Stroud, Lavender Bakehouse and Coffee Shop creates decadent hot chocolates topped with whipped cream that are sure to satisfy your chocolate cravings. Look out for seasonal specials, with hot choc flavours like s'mores and candy cane known to pop up on the menu!

Jacks in Cirencester

Hot chocolate connoisseurs can enjoy seasonal specials at Jacks in Cirencester, with winter warmers like cream-topped Biscoff, peppermint and white drinking chocolates on the menu; as well as the crowd-pleasing classic hot chocolate, served with cream and marshmallows.

Campden Coffee and Crystals in Chipping Campden

Doubling up as a fully-stocked crystal shop, as well as a hotspot for great coffee, chocolate-lovers can seek a moment of calm at Campden Coffee and Crystals, snuggling up on a comfortable sofa to devour a decadent chocolatey treat, complete with lashings of whipped cream.

Café 53 in Tetbury

With its very own secret water garden, Café 53 offers a tranquil escape in the Cotswold town of Tetbury, delivering rich flavour with its indulgent hot chocolate, made with pure Belgian chocolate flakes. Keep your eyes peeled for special flavours, with everything from Black Forest gateau to English toffee and white raspberry ripple hot chocolates appearing on the menu in the past.

New England Coffee House in Stow-on-the-Wold

Perfect for cosying up in the Cotswolds, New England Coffee House in Stow-on-the-Wold offers indulgent hot chocolates made with chocolate flakes from The Cotswold Chocolate Company — served with marshmallows, of course.

Tisanes Tea Room in Broadway

This traditional Cotswold tea shop near Broadway's war memorial offers a boozy take on the classic hot chocolate with its brandy-laced Chocolate Royale; while there's an alcohol-free version, topped with fresh whipped cream or marshmallows, to keep designated drivers and chocolate-loving children happy, too.

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