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A pub soaked in history, The Fleece Inn has several stories to narrate. The Fleece celebrates England's heritage and offers a lively and a fun atmosphere for pub hoppers. At this pub, you can find an amazing selection of cides and real ales and these change regularly. The menu at this inn is also exciting and you can savor delicacies like Roast Beef, Salmon, Fritattas and Baked Camebert. Its seasonal menu offers a delectable list of asparagus preparations. During evenings, The Fleece Inn entertains patrons with folk singing and Morris dancing.
Nestled in the village of Gaydon, The Malt Shovel is your quintessential country pub sporting a warm atmosphere, real ales, and friendly service. The red brick facade invites you to step in and savor a hot meal of classic pub fare and seasonal three-course menus cooked with regional flair. Lamb shank braised with red wine and root vegetables, smoked haddock Welsh Rarebit, and ham, egg and chips are some of the earthy country-style eats you'll find here. Sip a pint of ale - they have four on tap - or enjoy a glass of wine with your meal. Located a stone's throw from the British Motor Museum, this pub promises you'll walk out well fed, with a smile on your face.
The Boot being classy, yet informal spot seems to be a magnet for young couples, alongside those out for a private celebration. The woody, dimmed décor is refreshingly simple and the strong wines flow well with the crowds that always come back for more. Do justice to the Rib-eye Steak, the connoisseur's choice at this joint. The menu features mainly Mediterranean fare, nothing too impressive, but good enough for a fancy, yet affordable evening. Do call or check website for timings.