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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
Food hear is excellent and home made.Pub is very old rooms are small and can get overcrowded. You will need to book in advance if require food. They have a selection of real ales. Breferton is a quint English village with many homes with thatched...More
We found this pub by accident during our return journey south from Stratford. I booked online, as we were having Sunday lunch - our table was ready for us next to a roaring fire. The food was excellent, the range of ciders and beers extensive...More
This is a real olde world English pub and really cosy for a winter's day. Two log fires, old beams, great. Friendly staff too.
We ordered fish and chips and local faggots and chips. The food was very poor. Soggy chips and overcooked limp fish....More