The Pudding Club, Mickleton, Gloucestershire

The Pudding Club is a unique weekly gathering in the heart of the Cotswolds. It has over 30 years experience of bringing people together from all over the world to taste and indulge in the Great British Pudding.

The Three Ways House Hotel in Mickleton, Home of The Pudding Club

Three Ways House Hotel in Mickleton – Home of The Pudding Club

The Great British Pudding is a national treasure.

At The Pudding Club, pudding enthusiasts can dip their spoons into favourites such as Spotted Dick and Sticky Toffee Pudding at one of their weekly meetings.

Expect grand pudding ceremony, lashings of custard and given you can eat as much as you like, maybe a long lie down afterwards…

Book yourself into one of the quirky pudding-themed rooms for a unique stay. Ideal for foodies visiting Britain in search of a pudding education.

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The Pudding Club Story

The Pudding Club started over 30 years ago. Located at the Three Ways House Hotel in the pretty Cotswold village of Mickleton, it’s just a few miles from the charming Cotswold town of Chipping Campden. With weekly meetings, pudding-themed rooms and their own range of puddings, they have certainly succeeded in their mission to preserve the Great British Pudding.

Raise Your Spoon to the Great British Pudding

With a warm welcome from The Pudding Master, you’ll be invited to choose from three modest main courses and then prepare for the Grand Finale where you’ll discover the many delights of our national puddings.

 Main Entrance to The Pudding Club in Mickleton
 The Pudding Club Sign at the The Three Ways Hotel in Mickleton 

Taste Traditional British Puddings

Seven traditional British puddings are paraded into the room with great ceremony. Dip your spoon into national treasures like Sticky Toffee and Date and lesser known ones, such as Sussex Pond Pudding and Lord Randall’s Pudding. It’s a fun and indulgent night and after coffee, everyone votes for their favourite pudding.

Stay in a Pudding-Themed Bedroom

If you do need a lie down afterwards, book yourself into one of their seven Pudding Club rooms. They even have a dedicated chocolate suite which comes with organic chocolate shampoo and bath foam. Don’t worry, if that’s too much, you can stay in one of their more calming standard rooms.


  • Try their Chocolate Indulgence break which includes a chocolate car treasure hunt, a chocolate cookery demonstration and an indulgent chocolate breakfast buffet
  • Foodie walkers may like their Cotswolds walking break which includes a Pudding Club evening
  • Fancy making a traditional British pudding? Visit Bakewell in the Peak District and bake an original Bakewell Pudding

Where to Stay in the Cotswolds 

The Fish Hotel Cotswolds

The Fish Hotel near Broadway is situated on a 400-acre country estate.

Both family friendly and dog-friendly, it has a range of different accommodation options from chic bedrooms to treehouses. Stay here and you’ll find it’s in an ideal location for exploring the Cotswolds.

Ready to start planning a weekend break in the Cotswolds? Check out these recommendations for the Best Places to Stay in The Cotswolds


Fox terrier, Mr Hendricks expert dog friendly days out Cotswolds

Please check with the hotel directly. Did you know that Spotted Dick is actually called Spotted Dog in Scotland?

Mr Hendricks

How To Find The Pudding Club


Three Ways House, Chapel Lane, Mickleton, Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire GL55 6SB

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Sally is the founder and editor of The Foodie Travel Guide. She travels around the UK and beyond in search of the best foodie days out, tasting experiences and delicious places to stay. She loves a glass of English sparkling wine, afternoon tea with friends and escaping London for gastronomic adventures.