Owned by James and Elizabeth Winter and located 10 miles north of Gloucester, the building dates back to the 16th century and can cater for 25-covers.
James Winter’s interest in cuisine first started while holidaying in France in his childhood, an influence that exists in his menu that uses natural produce.
Winter is glad that people appreciate his food.
“I’ve been cooking the food I love to eat for the past eight years at The Butchers Arms, so it’s great to hear that other people love it as much as I do,” he said.
“This award is not only incredible recognition for us as an individual pub, but it actually supports and recognises pubs in general across the UK.”
Rebecca Burr, editor of the Michelin Guide, said: “We first awarded The Butchers Arms a Michelin Star in 2011 and over the years James’ cooking has continued to go from strength to strength.
“He’s a modest, hardworking young man who knows what he wants and his confidence is backed up by his technical skills. His cooking continues to surprise and delight and I can’t wait for my next visit.”