This compact and cosy old coaching inn offers a traditional Cotswold village welcome, offering fine home cooked food and traditional Sunday lunches, unique award winning Donnington ales, Stowford Press cider and cool draught Guinness.

Mine hosts, Joe & Wendy McDonagh

The view from the front beer garden will transport you back a hundred years – the village cross, cottages and Church look like something out of a period film drama… Well behaved dogs welcome!

Accommodation at The Coach & Horses Longborough

The two letting rooms are light and airy with en-suite shower, tea and coffee making facilites,TV with Freeview.
Breakfast – full English, cereals, or toast and preserves with tea or coffee.

Please note the stairs are steep and unsuitable for anyone infirm.

Contact us for accommodation information and booking on Tel: 01451 830325 or email us:

Breakfast at The Coach and Horses

If you are staying in the local area and are looking for somewhere to have breakfast, we offer a full English breakfast for £10. Please ring to prebook your table for the morning.


About the Donnington Brewery in the heart of the Cotswolds

Thomas Arkell bought a 13th-century watermill in idyllic countryside in 1827 and Richard Arkell began brewing on the site in 1865.

Today, the mill wheel is still used to drive pumps and machinery to brew our beer the same way 150 years on.
You can enjoy our beer, food, accommodation and Cotswold hospitality at any of our 18 tied houses and a number of free trade outlets.

Donnington Brewery has 18 beautiful Cotswold pubs and also supplies a number of free houses close by.
A Donnington Brewery pub is easily identified by the distinctive black and white signs outside, introduced by Claude Arkell, and the tradition is continued by James.

Our Beers

Donnington still produces its beers by much the same recipe that has always been used. Spring water (or in brewing terms ‘liquor’) is drawn from the spring beside the mill pond and used as the main ingredient along with barley, malt and hops.

Until the mid 1960s, the barley was grown on the local estate but today it’s brought as malt from Norfolk. The hops are from Herefordshire and Worcestershire.

The original mill is still used in the brewing process and the mill wheel drives some of the machinery used by the brewery.

B.B. abv 3.6%
A pleasant amber bitter with a slight hop aroma, a good balance of malt and hops in the mouth and a bitter aftertaste.

S.B.A. abv 4.4%
Malt dominates over bitterness in the subtle flavour of this premium bitter, which has a hint of fruit and a dry, malty finish.

Donnington Gold abv 4.0%
Our latest permanent, award-winning beer has a golden colour with a citrus flavor followed by a rounded malt finish.