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The history of this place is very cool and the pub is lovely. The food is excellent and so is the service. My wife and I had dinner here with some friends at their recommendation and we all loved it. Definitely recommended!
This place has a lot of character with old low beam ceilings and quirky tables and chairs. Nice menu, good food and good service. The only negative comment would be allowing dogs into the restaurant in the evening.
Pretty pub in very pretty village. I don't know if my visit was atypical, but that's about the only positive thing I can say about the place.
Visited lunchtime with a friend. As it's the start of the asparagus season, I ordered Pork Pie &...More
I haven't been to the Fleece yet, but I am going to see a performance on Sunday by Hannah James ' Jigdoll, and also have a meal.
If the Fleece is, anything as good as it's manager Amanda, I'm going to have a whale of...More
This is a fab pub to visit. We were there on a sunny Saturday and were entranced by the historic building, lovely flowers outside added to the great impression. Very good meal with some fresh local asparagus. A wedding was taking place which added to...More