Testimonials from Our Customers

  • The Fleece Inn is a true English gem. The National Trust are custodians of this unique piece of our heritage and yet it lives vibrantly in the present. It is a busy meeting spot for people from around the world who come to experience and enjoy its many delights. Morris Dancing, Wassailing, Folk Music and Theatre are all alive and well at The Fleece Inn together with good food and local brews.
    There is not much customer space at the bar, but that is what customers have come to see and experience at the old inn, and it is an experience.
    The dining areas are true to the old building. The fires were burning at the time of our visit and were a very welcome sight.
    Dining tables and chairs might not be the most comfortable, but again they are part of The Fleece. The dough trough table is an excellent example.
  • Thanks for a wonderful weekend at The Fleece, our first time 'Wassailing', really enjoyed the friendly atmosphere, the casual/restful nature of the surroundings, yourself and your wonderful Staff who made our weekend so comfortable.
    Thanks again, kind regards
    Janet & Frank Price
  • I would like to say a massive thank you to you and your team at the Fleece for making mine and Rich’s wedding an amazing experience.
    I think the ladies name was Jean, she was brilliant and even had a little dance with us on the night. Think Nigel had a little boogie too!!

    Everyone loved the place (we knew they would) and everyone had a great time and the weather was kin d on us!!

    Thank you so very much.....we will never forget it!!!

    Daniela & Rich Round, married Oct 2015
  • Just beautiful!
    Visited here last Friday, as it was on our 'to do' list for some time. The village itself is gorgeous and really quaint. It was quiet when we visited, so we enjoyed some lovely ales whilst exploring this stunning old pub. The barmaid was so friendly and filled us in on the history of the pub. All the staff we encountered on our visit were really friendly and welcoming. We decided to stay for food, as it was near lunchtime. I had the fish and chips and my husband had the pie. The food was delicious and very reasonably priced and we were really pleased that we decided to eat here. All in all, this pub is really well run and a must visit for anyone who appreciates beautiful, well kept old pubs. Well done to everyone here. We'll definitely return.

    Stayed October 2015, travelled as a couple

  • Absolutely stunning setting for a wedding. We stayed in the Gypsy Caravan which is located at the bottom of an orchard. The quietness is amazing and as for the caravan, it was an absolutely wonderful experience. Delightfully decorated and also has a little wood burning stove for those cold winter evening's. The breakfast was of superb quality and you have a choice of having it brought to you or eating in the pub. As it was cold we opted for the pub which is steeped in history. Definitely recommend and will certainly return

    Stayed October 2015, travelled with friends

Local Food
    Local Food
  • Pan Seared Sea Bass
  • Homemade Steak & Ale Pie
  • Beer Battered Fish & Chips
  • Baked Aubergine Crumble
  • Traditional Faggots & Mash
Real ales & Ciders
    Real ales & Ciders
  • Uley Brewery Pigs Ear
  • Wye Valley Bitter
  • Local Guest Ales
  • Local Trad Ciders
  • Our Own Ark Cider
Free House
    Free House
  • Heritage Pub
  • Function Facilities
  • Orchard Seating
  • Families Welcome
  • Dog Friendly