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Sitting half way between Stroud and Nailsworth, this 250 year-old former coaching inn, built in the heyday of the Stroud wool industry, oozes rustic character and charm. The Old Fleece has a very relaxed and homely atmosphere and is run by a team of staff who are friendly, attentive and efficient. Enjoy the lively atmosphere of the popular terrace during the summer months and snuggle up next to our roaring fire when the nights draw in.
We all love the Old Fleece, always have a warm welcome, it was a Monday lunchtime so fairly busy but not crowded, could see 2 staff basically running it serving behind the bar and food, no problems with getting drinks or food orders taken and...More
If you have a booking for a large party make sure you have staff to ensure your other customers are not invisible! Booked a few hours before, a busy night but due to a large table with a chair on the ends spent the entire...More
We had a fantastic time at The Old Fleece today. Had a table booked for 12.30pm and was not rushed, made to feel very welcome, had small children on the table who were accepted well by staff and extremely patient with 'small children noise and...More
My wife and I were on a short break in the Cotswolds and stumbled upon The Old Fleece. We entered to a warm atmosphere with roaring fire. The staff were warm also and very friendly. The steak, mushroom and stilton pie with seasonal veg was...More
We went in for an early dinner on a Monday evening. We were given a warm welcome by very friendly attentive staff. The food was really great. I had a beef and stilton pie and my husband had a gammon steak both of which were...More
Turned up late on Friday night and they were still serving and with a great range. I had the hoisin duck salad as a light meal - exquisite - my good friend had the belly pork stack which looked fantastic. The usual warm welcome and...More
We went for lunch with friends yesterday (Friday). We had been before during the summer. We had a warm welcome from the staff and we were immediately shown to our table. The two guys who looked after us were very friendly and had a great...More
Response from Christopher H | Reviewed this property |
Hi Deb, unfortunately I didn't notice the price as it's on a board on Sundays. I'd estimate about £14 based on the Fleece's nearby cousin the Old Lodge. You can find the menu with prices for everything else by searching Food... More
Hi Deb, unfortunately I didn't notice the price as it's on a board on Sundays. I'd estimate about £14 based on the Fleece's nearby cousin the Old Lodge. You can find the menu with prices for everything else by searching Food club the old fleece.
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