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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TETBURY

CLOSE HOTEL  See Map
Long Street, GL8 8AQ
ST8902093158
Sat Nav: 51.637110,-2.160053
A433 - Centre of Town
Tel. Tetbury (01666) 502272
Fax: 01666 504401
website:http://www.theclose-hotel.com/
BUTCOMBE Butcombe Gold (H)

An Old English Inn Hotel.


2007
CAMRA's WHATPUB entry


GREYHOUND INN  See Map
3, Hampton Street, GL8 8JN
ST8887593422
Sat Nav: 51.639481,-2.162156
On B4014
Tel. Tetbury (01666) 502611
GUEST BEER Regular (H)

Large rambling bar with cross section of
customers. You could take your girl
friend or mother there! A real pub.


1996
Historical information
CAMRA's WHATPUB entry


GUMSTOOL INN  See Map
GL8 8YJ
ST8403794965
Sat Nav: 51.653237,-2.232137
Junction of A46 and A4135
Tel. Tetbury (01666) 890391
website:http://www.calcotmanor.co.uk/
BUTCOMBE Butcombe Bitter (H)
BUTCOMBE Butcombe Gold (H)
SHARP'S Own (H)

Family oriented pub opened in November
1994. A gumstool is a ducking stool. The
pub shares a chef with the adjacent
3-star Calcot Manor Hotel.


2009
CAMRA's WHATPUB entry


ORMONDS HEAD HOTEL  See Map
23, Long Street, GL8 8AA
ST8900093202
Sat Nav: 51.637505,-2.160343
On A433
Tel. Tetbury (01666) 505690
website:http://www.theormondattetbury.com/
BUTCOMBE Butcombe Bitter (H)
BUTCOMBE Adam Henson's Rare Breed (H)
SHARP'S Doom Bar (H)

A 16th century coaching inn.


2008
Historical information
CAMRA's WHATPUB entry


PRIORY INN HOTEL  See Map
London Road, GL8 8JJ
ST8895793467
Sat Nav: 51.639887,-2.160973
On A433
Tel. Tetbury (01666) 502251
website:http://www.theprioryinn.co.uk/
ULEY Bitter (H)
GUEST BEER Two Ales (H)

Showing the results of sourcing all food
and beer from within a 30-mile radius,
this flourishing pub and pizzeria
exemplifies what can be achieved with
some imagination. Little remains of the
transport cafe era; a stylish array of
exposed stonework, flagstones and a
large central hearth now greet the eye,
with local artists proudly displaying
their work on the walls. The bar is at
the back behind the arches and there is
live acoustic music on most Sunday
evenings.


2010
Historical information
CAMRA's WHATPUB entry


ROYAL OAK  See Map
1, Cirencester Road, GL8 8EY
ST8934293375
Sat Nav: 51.639068,-2.155407
On B4067
Tel. Tetbury (01666) 500021
e-mail:hello@theroyaloaktetbury.co.uk
website:http://www.theroyaloaktetbury.co.uk/
BATH ALES GEM (H)
STROUD Tom Long (H)
GUEST BEER Three Ales (sourced locally)  (H)

Clever design options make this totally
renovated pub (it's not often that both
buildings get re-roofed!) feel welcoming
and modern. The expanse of wooden
surfaces provides a welcoming feel, a
small fireplace adding warmth. Six
handpumps greet the eye; offerings
include Severn Cider and an ale from
Moor - chosen to match the vegan option
on their ever varying menu, whose 'one
pot' option is popular. Upstairs dining
options and six letting rooms are
available, with acoustic music Sunday
evenings. Local CAMRA Pub of the
Year.


2015
Historical information
CAMRA's WHATPUB entry


SNOOTY FOX  See Map
Market Place, GL8 8DD
ST8908193146
Sat Nav: 51.637003,-2.159171
Centre of Town
Tel. Tetbury (01666) 502436
e-mail:res@snooty-fox.co.uk
website:http://snooty-fox.co.uk/
OTTER Ale (H)
RUDDLES County (H)
WADWORTH 6X (H)

Hotel Lounge Bar. Formerly the White
Hart Hotel. Pleasantly situated in the
middle of town.


2013
Historical information
CAMRA's WHATPUB entry


TROUBLE HOUSE  See Map
Cirencester Road, GL8 8SG
ST9137495396
Sat Nav: 51.657274,-2.126094
A433
Tel. Tetbury (01666) 502206
Fax: 01666 504508
e-mail:enquiries@thetroublehouse.co.uk
website:http://www.thetroublehouse.co.uk/
WADWORTH Henry's IPA (H)
WADWORTH 6X (H)

17th century pub with a long and
colourful history. Used to be one of the
few pubs in the country that could boast
its own railway halt.


1996
Historical information
CAMRA's WHATPUB entry


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Last updated on 28/01/2019