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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WOTTON-UNDER-EDGE

FALCON INN  See Map
20, Church Street, GL12 7HB
ST7586993319
Sat Nav: 51.638145,-2.350087
Bottom of Long Street shopping area
Tel. Dursley (01453) 521894
website:http://www.facebook.com/thefalconsteakhouse
GREAT WESTERN Maiden Voyage (H)
STROUD Tom Long (G)
GUEST BEER Two Ales (sourced locally)  (H)

A free house built in 1659, the
interior has rooms on several levels and
the cosy single bar has an open fire.
Off this is a snug with a flagstone
floor and there is a dining area, which
specialises in locally sourced food; the
steaks come from the family farm
situated a mile away. The beers are
selected by customer vote from breweries
within a 25-mile radius. Deservedly
popular place with both locals and
Cotswold Way walkers.


2015
Historical information
CAMRA's WHATPUB entry


ROYAL OAK INN  See Map
3-5, Haw Street, GL12 7AG
ST7552593307
Sat Nav: 51.638022,-2.355057
On B4060 - at the top end of town
Tel. Dursley (01453) 844366
e-mail:royaloakwotton@gmail.com
website:http://www.theroyaloakwotton.com/
COTSWOLD SPRING Codger (H)
FULLER'S London Pride (H)
WYE VALLEY HPA (H)
GUEST BEER Regular (sourced regionally)  (H)

A large coaching Inn with a friendly
atmosphere it has two comfortable bars,
both featuring real open fires, plus a
large dining room. There is a full size
snooker table upstairs which is very
popular. This pub supports the local
community and offers a warm welcome to
walkers using the Cotswold Way. At the
rear is a car park and enclosed garden
containing a well-equipped children's
play area, originally occupied by
stables, pigsty and poultry house.


2015
Historical information
CAMRA's WHATPUB entry


STAR INN  See Map
21, Market Street, GL12 7AE
ST7559293193
Sat Nav: 51.637000,-2.354081
Close to local museum and free car park at top of town
Tel. Dursley (01453) 844651
WICKWAR Coopers WPA (H)
GUEST BEER Two Ales (H)

Situated at the top of this historic
town on the Cotswold Way, this 16th
century comfortable two-bar pub has an
exposed Cotswold stone interior. The pub
contains memorabilia of the White Star
Line famous for the ill-fated Titanic.
John Cambridge, who started the company,
was born in the pub in 1784. Major
sporting events can be watched in the
public bar or a quiet pint enjoyed in
the lounge. There is a function room for
community events.


2013
Historical information
CAMRA's WHATPUB entry


SWAN HOTEL  See Map
12-16, Market Street, GL12 7AE
ST7561693234
Sat Nav: 51.637369,-2.353737
The penultimate left at the top of the High Street
Tel. Dursley (01453) 843004
Fax: 01453 842411
website:http://www.swanhotel.biz/
GUEST BEER Three Ales (H)

This 16th Century coaching inn has an
imposing exterior and is situated at the
top of the town, close to a free public
car park. It stands next to the museum.
The public bar has TV and gaming
machines, while the comfortable lounge
and restaurant both have open fires. It
is a genuine Free House and sources the
majority of its beers from local micro
breweries and stocks a single variety
Yarlington Mill draught cider. The pub
has a large selection of unusual malt
whiskies. This good local is popular
with walkers using the Cotswold Way.


2007
Historical information
CAMRA's WHATPUB entry


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Last updated on 28/01/2019