REAL ALE IN GLOUCESTERSHIRE


This page is part of a prototype web-based CAMRA guide to Gloucestershire pubs.
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& North Cotswold branches of CAMRA and thus these pages are
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SAPPERTON

BELL INN  See Map
GL7 6LE
SO9483703247
Sat Nav: 51.727907,-2.076152
Tel. Cirencester (01285) 760298
e-mail:thebell@sapperton66.freeserve.co.uk
website:http://www.foodatthebell.co.uk/
BATH ALES GEM (H)
OTTER Ale (H)
STROUD Organic Ale (H)
ULEY Old Spot Prize Strong Ale (H)

This 18th century pub at the heart of
the village with two welcoming bars with
log fires, a garden room for private
functions, and a courtyard garden.
Freshly prepared dishes form the menu
which changes daily, mainly using local
produce, with fish a speciality. Horses
welcome.


2011
Historical information
CAMRA's WHATPUB entry


DANEWAY INN  See Map
Daneway, GL7 6LN
SO9388903432
Sat Nav: 51.729560,-2.089881
Downhill west of the village
Tel. Cirencester (01285) 760297
website:http://www.wadworth.co.uk/cirencester/daneway_inn/
WADWORTH Henry's IPA &E  (H)
WADWORTH 6X (H)
WADWORTH Horizon (H)

Superb old inn set in idyllic position
near the western end of the now disused
Sapperton canal tunnel. Excellent
walking area. Originally built in 1784
as three cottages for the canal workers
near the western end of the now disused
Sapperton Tunnel. It was later used as
lodging for bargees and tunnel leggers
until licensed premises gradually took
over all the cottages. The comfortable
lounge is dominated by a magnificent
Dutch carved fireplace. There is a
separate public bar and a family room.
There is a large garden and car park on
the route of the old canal. The pub is
friendly and popular with walkers. Try
your hand at "Ringing the Horn".
Good-value pub food served except for
Monday evening.


2004
Historical information
CAMRA's WHATPUB entry


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Last updated on 28/01/2019