- 2 guest reviews
"everything was perfect food really good, selection of beers great and the service next to none. Looking forward to staying here again in the..."
"staff went above and beyond to make me welcome. bed super comfy and all linen toiletries etc top notch. breakfast superb in lovely room with..."
About the hotel
The Fleece Inn is a pub steeped in history, originally built in the early 15th century, and bequeathed to the National Trust in 1977. A vibrant part of the community and just a stone's throw from the beautiful Cotswold hills the pub attracts loyal locals and visitors from all over the world. The Fleece offers two types of accommodation, the Master's bedchamber is a cosy room located in the oldest part of the building and offers a view of the beautiful village church.
If you are looking for something a little different the MoonGazer bow top caravan is nestled at the bottom of the apple orchard and includes a cosy double bed, wood burning stove and private deck overlooking the village stream.
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- 16:00 23:00
- Up to 3 years old
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- Pets are not allowed
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100% would recommend it to a friend
Lovely night stay
everything was perfect food really good, selection of beers great and the service next to none.
Looking forward to staying here again in the near future.
the most comfortable bed i have ever slept in!
staff went above and beyond to make me welcome.
bed super comfy and all linen toiletries etc top notch. breakfast superb in lovely room with fire lit. Dinner was also superb. an experience i would recommend to anyone looking for a stay in beautiful period accommodation with quality throughout. one word of warning, do not book if you are infirm as stairs to room are challenging, nothing they can do about that as listed period building. xxxxxxxxxxxxx caroline & ollie