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Traditional Country Inn
Features Include:
Roast, Home Cooked, Steak, Light Meals, Vegetarian Selection, Brunch
Food:
Roast, Home Cooked, Steak, Light Meals, Vegetarian Selection, Brunch
Drinks: Real Ales, Cider, Stout, Alcopops

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The Fox Inn,
The Green, Broadwell,
Nr Stow on the Wold,
Cotswold, Gloucestershire,
GL56 0UF


Tel : 01451 870909

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Dates for your diary:

Bikers Night Wednesday 4th July 6pm
 
Sponsored walk in aid of Help for Heros between the 15 Donnington Pubs covering 75 miles in 4 days between the 7th and 10th September, with Entertainment and BBQ on the evening of Friday 10th September.


(Traditional Country Inn)

Winners of the CAMRA North Cotswold Pub of the Year 2007 Award

Mike and Carol East would like to welcome you to The Fox Inn. The Fox offers a friendly family service, real ales from the local Donnington Brewery and traditional pub food.

With a large beer garden and village green opposite the Fox Inn is ideal for couples and families.


The pub is split into a dining area where tasty food is served daily (click here to see a sample of the menu) and a drinking area with a real log fire. We also provide a special lunchtime menu for walkers.

The Fox Inn is resides in the quiet village of Broadwell, about 1.5 miles from Stow-on-the-Wold and 3 miles from Moreton-in-Marsh


(Large Beer Garden)
Broadwell Village

(Broadwell Village Green)
During the middle ages the estate of Broadwell belonged to the Benedictine Monks. It is recorded in the Doomsday Book that Broadwell had 48 inhabitants, one of whom was a priest. The Church of St. Paul has part of it's structure dating back to 1086 and has been restored and added to over the years. The village itself is very picturesque and has a large open green donated by the late Lord Ashton.
Compliments of www.completely-cotswold.com for more details.

(Donnington Brewery)
Donnington Brewery

Donnington Brewery was established in 1865.

It would be interesting to know how many breweries there are which are considered so attractive that a picture of the building is used as a beer mat! Enthusiasts for real beer in the Cotswolds will have no difficulty in identifying one very close to home - at Donnington, sitting in a gentle curve just off the Tewkesbury to Stow road, so that travellers catch a glimpse of the clear blue mill pond formed from the waters that make this local beer

 

The formula for making the two bitter and one mild beer has not altered much in the last hundred years although the barley has been replaced by malt from Cirencester. There are ten workers at the brewery and with the help of one lorry and a van they deliver 2,000 gallons of beer a week throughout the Winter, rising to 3,500 in the Summer. This includes three bottled beers - Light, Brown and Double D - which are non pasteurised and sit working in the bottle for up to five weeks.

Compliments of www.gloucestershirepubs.co.uk Visit the web site for further information on Donnington Brewery.

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