We will be spending three weeks in a rented cottage in Chipping Campden from mid-May through the first week in June. (The Music Festival and Cotswold Olyipicks are scheduled during this time, so Campden itself will be very busy.) At least once during our stay, we would like to enjoy a traditional Sunday roast lunch. We will have a car, and a nice drive of up to 30 minutes or so would be fine. We will plan to book in advance for lunch, since one of us has mobility issues and cannot stand for a long period to wait for a table. We're older travelers, and we enjoy good traditional food, but we're not foodies, per se, and we're not necessarily looking for a gastro-type experience. A nice roast beef and Yorkshire pudding, with seasonal veg and a traditional pudding for dessert are what we would plan to order. In previous visits to the area, we have very much enjoyed the atmosphere and meals at the Falkland Arms in Great Tew, but we'd appreciate some additional suggestions from TA members. Many thanks.