The Fleece looks over the field of Witney's delightful Church Green.It has twice been casted a ballot one of the main twenty bars in the UK. It is one of only a handful of spots around the local area where you can sit outside on radiant days, eating, drinking and viewing the world pass by. An incredible bar with a private lounge area and 10 superb en suite rooms.
What makes a stay at The Fleece unique?
The property was purchased in 1811 by the Clinch family who possessed the Eagle Brewery – one of the three noteworthy distilleries in Witney, disregarding the scope of Witney's delightful Church Green. The Fleece is well known with business voyagers who are searching for a more agreeable and genial spot to remain than one of the big chains.
What style cuisine is on offer at The Fleece?
Open every day from 8am for breakfast, with lunch served from noon & hot food available all day.They take huge pride in serving the best ingredients they can find, from ethical producers, freshly prepared by their chefs. Menus change with the seasons.
What is the signature dish at The Fleece?
Why not enjoy an Aubrey Allen 28 Day Dry-aged 8oz Rump Cap Steak, Chips & Bearnaise or the Slow & Low BBQ Beef, Buttered Corn, Bacon Mac ‘n' Cheese. For dessert the warm Chocolate Fondant, Devonshire Ice Cream, Caramelised Hazelnuts & White Chocolate Sauce is a must.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at The Fleece?
The newly refurbished 10 bedrooms are stylish, sleek and comfortable, with most located above the pub, with some across in the cottage.Offering doubles, twin and family rooms, perfectly located for leisure breaks in Oxfordshire and the Cotswolds, or enjoy the tranquility of Witney. All rooms are equipped with high-spec TVs which double up as radios and provide reliable free Wi-Fi.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Witney area?
The Fleece is very handy for Oxford (20 minutes drive along the A40) and a great base for exploring the beautiful Cotswolds. Winston Churchill's birthplace, Blenheim Palace, is only 10 minutes away in the lovely small town of Woodstock.