The warm and welcoming The Fleece Inn, originally built in the early 15th century, is set on the doorstep to the Cotswolds and is loved by locals and visitors alike. It serves an array of local brews and traditional pub grub, including pies of the day and pork faggots and mash. The Fleece has also been named The Good Pub Guide's Country Pub of the Year 2016. The pub is by no means a luxury establishment, but sitting by the roaring log fire in its quirky little bar sipping home-brewed cider, you are likely to find yourself suddenly surrounded by folk musicians or Morris dancers, or regaled by Wassailers. Visitors can stay in the historic Master Chamber or in the delightful gypsy caravan in the orchard.