Pubs and Bars in Gloucester
Gloucester is home to a brilliant range of pubs and clubs featuring all types of beers and brews to refresh and satisfy any thirst.
What could be better than sipping a cool drink and enjoying a tasty bite to eat while kicking back and taking it easy enjoying the surroundings at Gloucester Docks, or sipping a pint while sitting in front of a crackling log fire in one of Gloucester’s historic pubs.
Full of warmth and character this is one of Cheltenham’s last remaining traditional ale houses. Nestled in a fine Victorian backstreet in the popular Leckhampton area of southern Cheltenham It’s a hidden oasis, serving not only locals but people from far and wide enjoying it’s unique ambience created by some very eccentric and eclectic décor.
This 600-year-old Tudor style inn with B&B lodging is a 4-minute walk from Gloucester Cathedral and a 5-minute walk from Gloucester Folk Museum. There are four bars including an award winning Real Ale that offers 12 different cask ales and a coffee shop serving teas and cakes. The restaurant can accommodate up to 48 people.
The Fountain is one of the oldest known sites connected with the brewing trade in Gloucester. It was owned by Peter Poitevin in the time of Henry III, who was probably the bishop who crowned the young King at St Peter’s Abbey (now the Cathedral) in 1216.