The Fleece Inn

Historic Inn in Bretforton, Worcestershire

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WR11 7JE

The Fleece Inn, Bretforton

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The Fleece Inn is a 14th Century quintessential English pub owned by the National Trust and run with a love of tradition. Its picturesque location nestled in the Cotswolds coupled with the period features of the pub itself create the atmosphere of a time gone by. Offering two types of accommodation including The Master s Bedchamber this cosy room overlooks St Leonard's Church and The Cross at the heart of the village.

The double room has an ensuite shower room and is the perfect end to a night at The Fleece and visiting the surrounding countryside. If you are looking for something a little different why not stay in MoonGazer a quirky roll top caravan. With a cosy double bed wood burning stove and shower/toilet block in a scheduled private area in the Fleece orchard MoonGazer is glamping in style! There is even a private deck overlooking the village stream.

Breakfast can be served outdoors or in the pub. Explore the Cotswolds then relax in front of a log fire and enjoy an evening meal with real ales and excellent wines. Please note the offices of the Fleece Inn are closed at weekends please make bookings Sunday-Friday.

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From: £97.50

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14th century timber-framed inn, owned by the National Trust

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