Set within the stunning Cotswolds, we are perfectly located to enjoy the best that England’s countryside has to offer.
The Street, Didmarton, near Badminton
Gloucestershire GL9 1DT
Phone: +44 (0)1454 238 245
For Marketing & Press enquiries please contact us using the email address above.
12pm – 11pm Daily (closes 10:30pm Sun)
Breakfast from 7:30am – 10:30am (8am – 10:30am Sat & Sun)
Lunch from 12pm – 2:30pm (3pm Sat & Sun)
Dinner from 6pm – 9:30pm (8pm Sun)
Summer (April – September) fresh wood-fired pizza from our outdoor pizza oven Fri 5pm – 9pm, Sat 12pm – 9pm, Sun 2pm – 8pm
On Sundays, our Sunday Lunch menu will be served from 12pm-3pm, the pizza menu along with salads and chips will be served from 2pm-8pm.
In the heart of the majestic Cotswolds countryside, The King’s Arms makes an ideal base from which to explore the rich landscape and picturesque towns that have made the area one of England’s finest destinations.
Located within the small parish village of Didmarton, we are just moments from a number of local attractions and perfectly positioned to enjoy the best activities and pursuits that the British countryside has to offer including fishing, rambling, cycling, motor racing and of course, hunting.
– Exit the M4 motorway at Junction 18 and take the A46 toward Stroud for approximately 6 miles.
– Turn right onto the A433 signposted to Cirencester for 3 miles which will take you to the village of Didmarton on the edge of the Badminton Estate. The King’s Arms can be found on the left.
– Exit the M5 motorway at Junction 13 and take the A419 to Stroud. Follow signs for the A46 South towards Bath. Follow the A46 for approx 10 miles.
– Turn left at the turning signposted for Cirencester for 3 miles into the village of Didmarton. We are located on the left.
The nearest train stations are Kemble or Chippenham and there are taxi ranks at both stations. Regular trains run from London Paddington.
National Express run regular coach services to Bath or Stroud.
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