Nestled amongst the winding countryside lanes in the village of Upton Cheyney, between Bristol and Bath, the Upton Inn is the perfect example of a traditonal, country pub at the heart of its local community.
Purpose built in the 17th Century, this idyllic pub is bursting with character; its wooden beams, stones walls, feature fireplace and cosy seating areas create a warm and welcoming atmosphere. In the summer months, the outdoor patio makes for a great place to relax and to enjoy the traditonal english pub fayre al'fresco. Regular entertainment, charity fundraising events and speciality food nights are offered in abundance – there is something for everyone at The Upton Inn.
At the Upton Inn we pride ourselves on serving traditional pub classics that are affordable, recognisable and loved by our locals. Steak and Guinness Pie, Cumberland Sausages and Bacon Wrapped Slow Braised Faggots are amongst popular favourites.
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Situated on the edge of the Cotswolds, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), the Upton Inn Cheyney is a perfect base for dog walkers, horse riders and nature lovers to visit and explore local attractions and country walks including the Upton Cheyney-Lansdowne circular.
The Upton Inn is famous for its weekly speciality food nights and community events including its quiz night, held every Monday at 8pm. With cash prizes up for grabs it can get quite competitive, we welcome you to join in the fun.Find out more