Welcome to The Daneway

Cirencester Gloucestershire

UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT

WE ARE NOW OPEN.

Thank you for all your support over the past few months, we can't wait to welcome you back. We have new measures in place to make sure you have a comfortable and enjoyable visit. 

Lindsay, Jackie and the team welcome you to The Daneway Inn, set in the beautiful Cotswold’s surroundings, we have many years of experience in the hospitality industry including many years in New Zealand and Australia, we are passionate about what we have to offer and hope you have a fantastic time, please feel free to give us your feedback, we welcome your opinion.
We are proud to be associated with our handpicked local suppliers using the best seasonal Local ingredients available, from Fish from Pittenweem in Fife and Cornwall, Salmon from The Shetland Isles, beef from Cam Butchery in Dursley, Bread from Dangerfield’s in Stonehouse and Walkers in Wotton Under Edge, Coffee from Wogan Family in Bristol, Arthur David the Greengrocers in Chew Valley and our Beer and Wines from Wadworth in Wiltshire.
We are trying our best to look after our environment using recyclable products where possible, Recycling and ensuring our partner suppliers are working towards a better environment for us all to enjoy.


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The Daneway Inn was originally three cottages, constructed in the late 17th century for the Bricklayers  building the Canal and Sapperton Tunnel. When the tunnel was finished, the cottages were converted into a pub appropriately called the bricklayers arms.
In the 1950s, it was taken over by a wealthy Stroud bookmaker who Brought home a racehorse called Daneway and when the nag successfully romped home, he had the pub sign repainted in its honor. Much of the pub is still reminiscent of this west coast turf accountant, including a floor to ceiling carved wooden fire place hat he bagged from a manor house near Stroud and a less interesting, noisy lounge carpet that could have been cut from one of his suits.