Have you been searching for a traditional pub in the Cotswolds? Come to The Carpenters Arms, today. We have 18 years of experience in the industry and work hard to make your experience with us an enjoyable and pleasant one.
We're based in Miserden Estate in the Cotswolds and welcome all to The Carpenters Arms.
We source all our produce locally, beef from sheepscomb, lamb from miserden, Pork from Whiteway, all other meats locally from jesse smiths butchers of cirencester.
We also have a very large pub kitchen garden and grow much of our own vegeatbles ourselves as you can now see from the pictures in the gallery
our eggs are organic and free range
All of the fresh produce comes from within a 40 mile radius and our menus are excellent.
We organise country walks on a weekly basis, which are ideal for anyone keen on exploring the local area.
The Carpenters Arms is a traditional 17th century Cotswold pub, set in the picturesque village of Miserden nr Stroud. Originally a carpenters shop, but changed to a pub around 100years ago retaining its traditional Cotswold look boasting a 5 foot ingle look open fire place, oak beams and pictures of Miserden on the walls.
A warm welcome always awaits you to an atmosphere where you can simply sit and have a relaxing drink from a selection of our real ales, sixteen ciders and excellent wines.
Or choose to have a meal from our menu. The menu offers three starter choices, eight main courses and eight vegetarian choices not forgetting nine homemade pudding choices to finish off. All meals are cooked and prepared on the premises and ingredients are sourced from local producers where possible. Sunday roasts are available from twelve noon untill eight in the evening. We do have a smoking area towards the front of the pub, but still situated well away from the front entrances and exits. Why not come along and try our hospitality, feel assured you wont be disappointed.
We are a dog and children friendly establishment, so please feel free to bring your pooch or your little ones with you!
The village and the Carpenters Arms were recently used as the film set for the new production of Lauree Lee's
"A cider with Rosie"
which was shown on the B.B.C. last September featuring Timothy Spall and Samatha morton
The pub was chosen for the film because of its traditional and unspoilt looks
Come Along and see for yourselfe's