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What a fantastic old place, only stayed over one night but but we really enjoyed it, So much character and history. The weather was great the locals are so friendly the staff could not be more helpful and the food and drink is good. Just...More
Be prepared to step back into the 15th century and become part of the olde worlde of The Fleece. It’s a pub that serves really good basic pub food. With wood fires roaring in winter, the warmth and glow is inviting. Don't be surprised by...More
Visited for lunch but couldn't get a table so booked for dinner. Our friends had the Steak & Ale pie which they all said was delicious. I had ham, eggs and chips which was rather disappointing. The triple cooked chips were over-brown and soggy. None...More
Friendly staff with a good selection of ales. Five of use ate Sunday Carvery (3x beef, 2x pork) and all agreed it was thoroughly excellent, tasty and plentiful. Booking is advisable as it does get busy.
Desserts were home made and again delicious.
We recently spent a week in Bretforton partly to do with The Fleece Inn. as its a National Trust Inn and also being a great base to discover The Cotswold's. The Fleece did not disappoint, We ate there 4 times but popped in every night...More