Very quiet when I visited. Meal fresh and enjoyable, nice pint. Went on a Thursday evening as The George across the road was fully booked and havung a Jazz night. Recommended.
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Staying at the historic George Inn opposite the Fleur de Lys we went over for a nightcap, there was a skittle alley and a dart board which we enjoyed playing on, such history once again like it's neighbour. Friendly locals as well.
we stopped in the pub on our second night in the PLAINE//GEORGE lnn, all the same firm, mainly for food , wished we never bothered, bar staff was not intrested in food and we wished the guy we spoke to behind the bar had refused...More
'Cask-Marque Accreditation.' Out of about 50,800 licensed pubs in the British Isles (2015 figs) only 8,300 (so far) qualify for this accolade. Unlike lager and much of the fluid coming from brass 'T' bar contraptions, cask ale requires work and the right conditions, to be...More
Life in the Fleur is skittles and beer, not to mention darts and cider too. Bigger than you'd think from the outside, it has a lively atmosphere, they keep a good pint with interesting guest beers, and it does the log fire/village pub thing well...More
Had seen the pub on the way to Bath. After a morning in the Christmas Market needed a quiet lunch. Pub was very quiet but service was great and the pizza is brilliant. We ordered two but could have got away with just one. Took...More
Accidentally ended up here due to missing our stop. Charming surroundings, open fires, friendly staff who even gave us a lift back so we could meet our friends. Over and above the call of duty we can't thank you enough!