Don't know about the did but the pub itself is a classic country pub. Plates on the wall ancient hop vines hanging from the ceiling. Choice of 3 ales at the time of my visit. Would happily come her again.
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This was our second visit for lunch with friends and their children. The staff are extremely friendly and helpful. The food delicious with a great range of home cooked mains and vegetarian options. We had the nut roast and veg - another lovely, tasty variation...More
We love this place and it is in such a wonderful location for walking. Absolutely delicious food and a charming restaurant area. Great dishes: belly pork, lamb shank (with a fantastic mint sauce), pork and black pudding pie. The apple pie (pudding) is so good....More
I, my partner our son & my partners Grandma paid The Fleece a visit one Sunday Lunch time. My partner was the only one who opted for a starter, broccoli & stilton, it was a substantial portion served with a chunk of bread. I tried...More
When we walked through the door into the friendly atmosphere of a busy village pub, we knew we came to the right place. Friendly staff and fellow customers, good beer on tap and fine food added up to a v satisfying evening out.
I've been here a few times since moving up to Yorkshire. The fleece never fails to disappoint on fresh home cooked food. I've enjoyed the hot sandwiches at lunch time, pies, burgers and fish from the menu. Good Yorkshire portions- make sure you visit on...More
Called for a quick pint whilst riding our bikes, lovely to be able to sit outside, not much room for the bikes but we managed. £4 for a pint of Carling was a bit steep but it went down really well
A few friends got together for a spirited drive on the longest day of the year. We found this pub at the end of our rainbow and we're greeted warmly and enjoyed good cosy shelter. Great location and friendly folk. I'd go again, and I'd...More