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A traditional English pub
The Fleece Inn is a half-timbered medieval farmhouse which originally sheltered a farmer and his stock.
The Inn was first licensed in 1848. Fully restored to its former glory, with witches circles and precious pewter collection, it has developed a reputation for traditional folk music, morris dancing and asparagus.