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Inns in Moreton in Marsh

The Red Lion
Little Compton
Moreton in Marsh
Gloucestershire

GL56 0RT | View map
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The Red Lion Inn is a traditional, Cotswold stone building quietly located on the edge of the village of Little Compton.
Set in a large mature garden, the building features exposed stone walls and beams, inglenook fireplaces and real fires in the cold months.
Our beers include Donnington cask ales (BB & SBA) brewed locally in Donnington near Stow on the Wold. Our bars are welcoming and friendly to locals and visitors.
The restaurant offers a wide range of freshly prepared dishes. Like the wine list, it is designed to appeal to all tastes and budgets. The investment in the kitchen reflects the desire to provide food that is fresh, sensibly priced, innovative & enjoyable in a relaxed environment.
Our bed & breakfast accommodation consists of en-suite bedrooms overlooking the garden. The rooms have double beds, TV, tea & coffee making facilities and are centrally heated and reflect the character of the building.

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