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Inns in Frampton Mansell

Crown Inn
Frampton Mansell
Gloucestershire

GL6 8JG | View map
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Nestling in the Cotswold village of Frampton Mansell lies the Crown Inn. A seventeenth century ‘cider house’ that is steeped in history and is, quite simply, a perfect village pub. Roaring log fires; delicious, traditional, home-cooked food; fine, locally brewed real ales; a stunningly beautiful building dating from 1633 and of course, good company. Add to this a very well appointed 12-bedroom hotel annex, ample car parking and simply exquisite views across the golden valley and you have the precise recipe for a relaxing and enjoyable venue. The Crown Inn is open 7 days a week, from 12.00 noon to 11.00pm. Food is served from 12.00 noon until 2.30pm and again from 6.00pm until 9.30pm every day except Sunday, when last food orders are taken at 5.00pm. Both children and dogs are welcome in the pub. Do come and spend some time with us…..we would love to see you.

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