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Global search secures new owners for top tea shop in Minchinhampton

Popular Minchinhampton visitor attraction The Kitchen has been sold following a truly global effort by go-to Cotswolds specialists Colliers International.
The Kitchen has been operated by Werner and Dianne Bunt who grew the cafe from a small 30 cover shop to a thriving 120-cover restaurant during their ten years at the helm.

Help people manage their diabetes over the festive season

If you are one of the 3 million people in the UK living with diabetes, following a healthy lifestyle at Christmas can be hard work, but it doesn't mean traditional festive foods should be forbidden. As with everyone else, people with diabetes can include the occasional high fat or high sugar food like mince pies or Christmas pudding as part of a healthy diet.

Three Times Lucky for The Feathered Nest at Nether Westcote

The Feathered Nest were invited to the "Beautiful South Awards For Excellence" ceremony, which took place in West Sussex. The evening started very well as Carl Morgan's hard work and dedication was recognised and he proudly received his Highly Commended Award for "Outstanding Customer Service". Well done Carl!

New tenants at characterful country pub- the Rose & Crown in Nympsfield

Cotswolds pub specialist Peter Brunt from Colliers International has chalked up another success finding new tenants for the Rose & Crown pub in Nympsfield.
The characterful watering hole situated in the pretty Stroud Valleys is at the heart of the popular village is open and presently being restored to its former glory.

Legendary Oxfordshire watering hole back on market

With business activity transformed from buoyant to booming in the Cotswolds one particular pub sale is giving Peter Brunt from Colliers International some unexpected headaches despite the go-to market specialist being faced with steadily increasing numbers of potential owners keen to get their hands on a classic Cotswolds watering hole.

Cotswold Hampers - Christmas 2013

"The name Cotswolds means sheep enclosure in rolling hillsides, and it's these rollings hillsides that make the Cotswolds such a beautiful part of the country. Designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the Cotswolds lie mainly within Gloucestershire and Oxfordshire, but also extend into parts of Wiltshire,Worcestershire and Warwickshire."

New owners ready to style the Shaven Crown at Shipton-under-Wychwood

One of Oxfordshire's most well known pubs has changed hands after a deal brokered by sector specialists from Colliers International.

Said to be one of the ten oldest inns in the country, the Shaven Crown at Shipton-under-Wychwood has been sold to Phil and Evelyn Roberts.

Christie + Co offer a new lease on the only independent Restaurant in Fairford

The Grade II listed traditional Cotswold building has been a restaurant for over 28 years with two operators in this time period and is now ready for a new concept and idea.

Once Leo's Restaurant, a family run Italian and more recently Allium restaurant that offered a more fine dining experience, the restaurant now offers the opportunity for someone to create something new.

Escape to the Cotswolds visitor centre welcomes the Cotswold Chef Rob Rees

A unique opportunity to listen to one of the UK's leading chefs, Rob Rees MBE, will take place at the Escape to the Cotswolds visitor centre, at The Old Prison, Northleach on 2nd October.

Plenty of buyers ready to take a chance on one of UK's 4,000 ‘failing pubs'

South West pubs stuck in an 80s timewarp will be snapped up by new buyers with an eye on current and future trends, according to hospitality sector specialist Peter Brunt.

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