A warm welcome awaits at The Tite Inn, our country pub and restaurant in the village of Chadlington. Full of character with exposed beams and stonework, flagstone and oak boarded flooring and a lovely roaring open fire. A freehouse, we pride ourselves in always offering great ale, great food and a great welcome!

Asian Curry Night

Curry Night

Join us for a night of


A selection of Indian and Thai curries and accompaniments, served in small dishes for sharing.

Wednesday 1st March 2017

Book now as tables are limited.

Delicious Wine & Beer

Whether you are joining us for a meal or a drink, you will find we have an excellent selection of wines, champagnes, real ales, lagers and ciders always available.
Wine lovers have more than 20 wines to choose from, ranging from zingy whites through floral ros├ęs all the way to full blooded reds.
If it’s a pint you’re after, then our constantly changing selection of well kept guest ales and premium lagers will quench your thirst, while cider drinkers can choose from an easy-drinker or our powerful scrumpy.If you’re the designated driver then our soft drinks and alcohol-free beers will make your sacrifice a little more palatable!
You can see our beer and wine selection here.

Stunning Cotswolds

The Cotswolds are a world renowned area of outstanding natural beauty, stretching from Gloucestershire in the west to Oxfordshire in the east. The area easily holds its own as one of the most beautiful in the UK and is renowned for it glorious honey-coloured buildings, gentle rolling countryside, vibrant market towns and, of course, lovely country pubs like The Tite Inn.
If you are visiting the area, check out our top things to see, take a walk or try one of the many cycle routes that conveniently start and end at The Tite. What could be better than finishing a walk or bike ride on a hot summer’s day than with a thirst-quenching drink or a hearty lunch in our stunning garden, or in front of our roaring log fire if the weather’s cold and wet?
Whatever your reason for visiting the Cotswolds, make sure you top it off with a visit to one of its oldest, loveliest pubs, The Tite Inn.