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Beautiful building and the beer & cider festival that was on when we visited recently added to the already pleasant atmosphere. The singing Morris dancers were very entertaining!
My husband and I sat next to the fire, inside the chimney area next to the witch...More
Always interesting from a historical interest point of view, with pewter ware, old dressers, settles etc. Owned by the National Trust. Most recent lunchtime visit was better than previous ones. We just had sandwiches. There is a shortage of tables - many were already reserved,...More
Had a nice walk and ended at the Fleece at The Cider Apple Celebration with Morris Dancers who were superb and there to chat to before returning home from there in Evesham.Fantastic working pub from the mid 1800s.There were steam engines and all sorts but...More
Intrigued by the fact that The Fleece is a National Trust property, we visited for lunch. Happily, we arrived to find a Beer & Cider festival in progress - including an apple pressing for instant cider tasting! We also enjoyed the wide range of cask...More
I cannot express enough my pleasure at our overnight stay at the Fleece Inn! We felt enveloped in history in the decor, the setting and the people at this National Trust treasure. The bed was comfy, the bathroom modern and the view out the window...More