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Reviews of Fleece Inn, Haworth

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Review by Mike Jones on 15th November, 2006

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Fantastic, super, wonderful. We had the most fabulous weekend topped off with first class service at the Fleece. If you are after tradition, quality and comfort, the Fleece has the lot and more. THANKS TO NICK AND STAFF FOR A GREAT TIME, WE WILL BE BACK!

Date visited: 27/10/06

Review by Maggie Simms on 13th November, 2006

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In respeonse to Ms Gillard, her review could not be further from the truth. Ihave visited the Fleece several times and since the new Landlord has taken over things are much better. The pub is more inviting, food is now on offer and he place has been thorougly cleaned. Dogs have been banned from the premises, with which I totally agree. Nick is a most pleasant man who could not do enough for us. I highly recommend any person to visit. Ms Gillard needs to get a life!

Date visited: 2/11/06

Review by ms gillard on 27th October, 2006

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not a very good one im afraid. sadly john an sharon bladen have left the fleece they were very friendly hosts. i visited today with my dog who was made very welcome before only to be turned away by a very rude landlord called nick. dogs are no longer welcome so i will not be returning and i av cancelled my forties wk end booking.

Date visited: 26/10/2006

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