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We visited here one Saturday afternoon on the way back to Worcester. Having managed to get through the throng by the bar who were reluctant to move we sat down in a side room to enjoy our drinks. We were just contemplating another round when...More
14 of us met here for a family reunion with 2 Australian cousins visiting UK for the first time. Lovely old pub, we had the Pewter Room to ourselves (pre-booked) The food was excellent, pie of the day, steak and ale yum!, other choices, lamb,...More
We have travelled the country and stayed at many inns as they are right up our street so was really looking forward to this. We stayed in the moongazer gypsey caravan. Heres the positives:
1. The caravan is well stocked and very cute
This is really a review of the bar and eating as we didn't stay at the Fleece. We had rented a cottage in the Bretforton village so this place was a 3 mins walk down the road. My wife and I went in numerous times....More
Owned by the National Trust, going here is like eating and drinking in a quaint living museum.
The food we had at lunchtime was really good, there was a nice choice of beers and the hosts were very welcoming.
The old rooms and the quaint...More