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   .....................................................................  GASTRO PUBS

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THE CROWN AT BURCHETTS GREEN
Maidenhead, Berkshire.

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Photography for their website - marketing - editorial  and social 2024

Chef Patron Dominic Chapman has amongst many other accolades been Head Chef at Heston Blumenthal’s The Fat Duck and Heston’s later offering The Hinds Head in Bray. Dom has held Michelin Stars and Bib Gourmand as well as 3 AA Rosettes in prior roles. As one would imagine the plates offered in the Crown are truly delightful.

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THE ANCHOR INN

Nayland, Nr. Colchester, Suffolk

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Photography for their website - marketing - editorial - food guides and social 2019

The Anchor Inn is a 15th Century pub/restaurant. We are situated in the picturesque village of Nayland, nestling on the banks of the River Stour –a beautiful and tranquil setting in which to relax, enjoy and indulge...

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THE TROUT INN AT TADPOLE BRIDGE

Buckland Marsh, Faringdon, Oxfordshire

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Photography for their website - marketing - editorial - food guides and social 2019

Nestled deep within the Oxfordshire Cotswolds, The Trout celebrates the very best of British country life. Surrounded by fields and with the River Thames flowing just outside the door, menus make the most of fresh fish and local game while the cosy bar and boutique rooms are the perfect places to relax in classic Cotswold comfort. Whether you arrive by car, foot or even by boat!

THE VICTORIA INN

Eastleach,Cirencester Gloustershire

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Photography for their website - marketing - editorial - food guides and social 2019

The Victoria Inn is a traditional, cosy, pretty country pub which overlooks the quintessential Cotswold village of Eastleach.


Discreetly situated only minutes from the market town of Burford and the riverside town of Lechlade, Eastleach feels truly secluded, has an ageless appeal and has been Eastleache's village inn since 1856.