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A really very early pub, not just quaint but architecturally interesting and much older and more characterful than most. A proper unspoiled English pub; a privilege just to sit there. The people are welcoming, and the beer well-kept, with a good choice. The food is...More
My wife and I stopped in here a couple of times late afternoon when we were staying near by for a few days. The staff and locals are friendly and some nice ales and ciders are on offer.
The pub itself is a perfect example...More
Undoubtedly worth a visit for the history and quaintness of the pub. Extensive gardens, dog friendly and children's play area. Food was underwhelming. Pricey and didn't appear to be the home cooked, locally sourced fare the menu suggested.
This quaint old inn is full of character and offers a varied menu of quality food at a reasonable price. The steak and kidney pie and the sweet potato, spinach and cheese pie were both excellent, full of the filling and very tasty.
We visited the Fleece Inn as we were staying close by in Evesham and heard it was really lovely. It is owned by the National Trust and It certainly is a very pretty and the staff were very nice. It was a hot day and...More