It's already a big hit with cider fans, but now Dunkertons in Dowdeswell Park is boosting its offering for foodies.
Located just outside of Cheltenham, near Charlton Kings, there are three new food trucks offering pizza, Indian street food and American-style ribs to enjoy and the arrival of an artisanal boulangerie and butcher in coming months.
The brainchild of Jade Holland Cooper, who has her eponymous fashion HQ next door, it is hoped that Dunkertons will become a shopping, entertainment, bar and dining experience all rolled in to one.
Holland Cooper, who is married to Superdry founder Julian Dunkerton, said: 'We’re delighted to have evolved the eateries,
entertainment, bars and shopping experiences at Dunkertons, with everyone's
favourites, to provide a truly relaxed and convenient leisure destination, to
complement Dunkertons Organic Cider and the Holland Cooper Boutique.
'People can eat, play, shop and dine together and this convivial space recognises the need to unplug and enjoy the luxury of time spent with families and friends, opening a playful world centred around quality, good design and good times. We have plans already in progress for the addition of an artisanal boulangerie and butcher in the coming months, further validating our passion to provide a truly memorable sense of place for all, on the beautiful outskirts of the town.'
The current food trucks are a collaboration with Bella Mia Pizza serving up at Sourdough Pizza Co. at Dunkertons, Koloshi making dishes for Bombay Street Food Company and The Lucky Onion executive chef and culinary director Ronnie Bonetti serving up Ronnie's Ribshack.
Dunkertons Organic Cider's shop and deli, meanwhile, is stocked with British organic produce including cheeses, meats and chutneys too.