an historic Cotswolds inn now owned by the National Trust

The Fleece Inn Bretforton near Evesham Worcestershire

The Fleece Inn is a quintessential Cotswolds pub with dining and bed and breakfast accommodation.

The Fleece Inn is a pub steeped in history, originally built in the early 15th century by a famer named Byrd, the pub remained in the ownership of the same family until 1977. The last of the descendants was Miss Lola Taplin, a formidable character remembered by many of the locals, Lola bequeathed the pub to the National Trust when she died in 1977.

It remains largely unchanged, although it now serves delicious pub grub and most famously pays homage to the locally grown vegetable Asparagus during May and June. With its roots in rural England The Fleece Inn celebrates all things traditionally English at any opportunity. During the year the pub hosts various annual festivals the most famous of which is the British Asparagus Festival Day at the end of May.

Accommodation is available in the Master's Bedroom, this cosy room overlooks St Leonard's Church and The Cross at the heart of the village. This newly reburbished double room has an ensuite shower room. Breakfast is served in the Pewter Room below, the room itself is in one of the oldest parts of the building.

Free Wifi available.

Opening Hours (All Year)

Monday – Sunday,  11am - 11pm

Food Service Hours:          

Monday – Saturday,  12pm - 2.30pm & 6.30pm - 9pm

Sunday,  12pm - 4pm & 6.30pm - 8.30pm


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Contact Details

WR11 7JE
T: 01386 831173

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