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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QUEDGELEY

BARN OWL  See Map
Thatcham Avenue, GL2 2GS
Tel. Gloucester (01452) 720523
website:http://www.barnowlpubquedgley.co.uk/
MARSTON'S Pedigree (H)

Newly opened pub in barn complete with
owls with children's play zone and
outdoor patio area.


2012
CAMRA's WHATPUB entry


BUMBLE BEE  See Map
Waterwells Business Park, GL2 2AB
SO8090013000
Sat Nav: 51.815291,-2.278477
Quedgeley By-Pass
Tel. Gloucester (01452) 727041
BASS Draught Bass (H)
TIMOTHY TAYLOR Landlord (H)

A modern pub dressed up to look somewhat
older. Serves a wide range of food at
most times. A member of the Vintage Inn
chain and located alongside a Holiday
Inn.


2007
Historical information
CAMRA's WHATPUB entry


FRIAR TUCK'S  See Map
137, Bristol Road, GL2 4PQ
B4008
Tel. Gloucester (01452) 720312
Fax: 01452 722722
SHARP'S Doom Bar (H)
GUEST BEER Occasional (H)

Changed name from the "Plough" in 1988
and now advertises itself as an "Eating
House". Two wings of long bar are dining
areas and, such is its popularity for
meals, that the central section may be
used as overflow for restaurant. Two
sittings per night consistently full.
Business lunch menu as well as specials.
Enclosed garden has children's play
area. The car park is on the other side
of the main road.


2013
Historical information
CAMRA's WHATPUB entry


HAYWAIN  See Map
Bristol Road, GL2 4PE
On B4008
Tel. Gloucester (01452) 720124
website:http://www.haywainpubquedgeley.co.uk/
BANKS'S Bitter (H)
MARSTON'S Pedigree (H)
RINGWOOD Fortyniner (H)
GUEST BEER Regular (H)

Spacious, modern estate pub built in
1985, but already with its third name. A
reproduction of the Constable
masterpiece greets customers upon entry,
and a portrait of the artist complements
framed pictures throughout. A horseshoe
bar takes centre stage, and prominent
pillars help to create some discrete
seating areas with table service for
food. A quality two-for-one menu is
available. Ideal for families, with its
internal and external children's play
areas and large outdoor seating
area.


2014
Historical information
CAMRA's WHATPUB entry


LITTLE THATCH HOTEL  See Map
141, Bristol Road, GL2 4PQ
SO8106414456
Sat Nav: 51.828387,-2.276178
On B4008
Tel. Gloucester (01452) 720687
e-mail:jamcdou@aol.com
website:http://www.thelittlethatch.co.uk/
BATH ALES GEM (G)
GUEST BEER Regular (sourced locally; often Cotswold Spring)  (G)

The thatch may have gone, but the core
of this fine hotel remains the
wonderfully preserved building of 1351.
Tradition has it that Anne Boleyn stayed
here in 1535, when Henry VIII visited
Gloucester - the restaurant bears her
name. Prior to licensing in the 1950s,
it was known as Queen Anne's Farm. There
is excellent modern accommodation
attached while the original building has
two bar areas with low beams, pews,
settles, horses brasses and a dining
room. Three craft brewery beers are
always available and the food is of a
very high standard. Monthly jazz (first
Sunday).


2007
Historical information
CAMRA's WHATPUB entry


SALMONS LEAP HARVESTER  See Map
Bristol Road, GL2 4NF
Britannia Business Centre
Tel. Gloucester (01452) 725062

No Real Ale!
2006
Historical information
CAMRA's WHATPUB entry


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