The George Inn
Peter Street
GL10 3TG
Off B4066 to Selsley
down Frocester Hill
(01453) 822302.


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The George Inn  

An 18th century coaching inn, very unspoilt, no piped music, jukeboxes, fruit machines. Village bar extremely friendly with real fire, nicely decorated lounge bar with two real fires. Separate (non-smoking) bistro for more up market food. Function room for weddings/parties etc. Downstairs OK for the disabled but no lifts to rooms upstairs. Nice ladies loos but gents not so good. Large choice real ales (4 usually), beers on at the time were Courage Best, Benskins, Pedigree, Wadworth's 6x and Chadburns Oddball. Food is served seven days a week in the bar, garden or restaurant. Manager is qualified chef and it shows. Bar snacks start at couple of pounds for sandwiches and average ?6 for cooked meals. The emphasis is on local fresh produce, with game, fish, steak and a varied vegetarian choice. Friendly waitresses, very fast service. Bistro food more special and for main course. Set menu in bistro around ?18 for 3 courses. Often fully booked in bistro which also offers a choice of smoking or non smoking areas. Sunday lunch carvery good value. No food Sunday/Monday evenings, all other times. Accommodation (?25 to ?45 per person per night) has been refurbished - some rooms high quality and comfort and en-suite. Others definitely not at the moment but soon to be improved. The George Inn boasts a large conference room, The Long Room, which is available for conferences, wedding receptions and parties. For those games minded there is pool, table football, French boules and table tennis in the stable or courtyard garden. The best about the pub is its friendliness and welcome, something special.



The stable is no longer in use for table tennis, boules, etc. 





b&b, beer, food, disabled access, beer garden, real fire, no smoking, car park 


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Wadworth's 6X
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