REAL ALE IN GLOUCESTERSHIRE


This page is part of a prototype web-based CAMRA guide to Gloucestershire pubs.
The pub information has been supplied by the Gloucestershire, Cheltenham, Tewkesbury, Bristol and District
& North Cotswold branches of CAMRA and thus these pages are
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HAWKESBURY UPTON

BEAUFORT ARMS  See Map
High Street, GL9 1AU
ST7778186990
Sat Nav: 51.581319,-2.322056
Off A46, 6 miles North of M4 J18
Tel. Didmarton (01454) 238217
e-mail:mark@beaufortarms.com
website:http://www.beaufortarms.com/
BATH ALES Special Pale Ale (H)
BRISTOL BEER FACTORY Seven (H)
GUEST BEER Three Ales (sourced regionally)  (H)

Built in 1602, this early 17th Century
Grade II listed traditional Cotswold
stone Free House in a historic village.
Popular with locals and passing trade,
it has two comfortable bars with
low-beamed ceilings with an interesting
collection of pub, brewery, local
memorabilia and period dentist chairs.
The stables dining area offers good
value food. Wickwar Screech cider is
available. Added attractions include a
pleasant garden with a six-foot statue
of a silver Yale mythical beast, a
skittle alley/function room with a well
and popular pub games such as cribbage
and darts. This friendly welcoming pub
is at the centre of most local community
activities.


2015
Historical information
CAMRA's WHATPUB entry


FOX INN  See Map
High Street, GL9 1AU
ST7797986955
Sat Nav: 51.581012,-2.319197
Off A46, 6 miles North of M4 junction 18
Tel. Didmarton (01454) 238219
website:http://www.thefoxinnhawkesburyupton.co.uk/
COTSWOLD SPRING Codger (H)
ULEY Bitter (H)
GUEST BEER Two Ales (H)

The Fox is situated in the centre of the
historic village. The 18th Century
building was originally a coaching inn,
but today is a typical village pub with
a warm and friendly atmosphere, enhanced
by the real fire in winter. It has a
large enclosed garden, which makes a
safe area for children. The two regular
beers from local micro breweries are
supplemented by two guest beers. Good
value food is served every lunchtime and
evening and the pub has five tastefully
decorated en-suite bedrooms. It stands
close to the Cotswold Way and the
Hawkesbury monument in ideal walking
country.


2007
Historical information
CAMRA's WHATPUB entry


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Last updated on 28/01/2019