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Fleet Inn
Twyning
Tewkesbury
Gloucestershire

GL20 9FL | View map
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The Fleet Inn is situated in the village of Twyning, on the banks of the river Avon on the border of Gloucestershire and Worcestershire. The inn is located just over a mile away from junction 1 on the M50 and just over 2 miles from junction 8 on the M5 thus providing easy access from and to the motorway network, making it an ideal and convenient alternative for anyone seeking a change from service station food and prices. For those of you who are looking for accommodation in Gloucestershire and fancy a riverside location with open rural views at a very competitive price, then consider the converted boathouse at the Fleet Inn in the village of Twyning. It is within a mile of junction 1 on the M50 and 2 miles from junction 8 on the M5. Our historic boathouse has been converted into a Guest House - Hotel, to provide three rooms with luxury, motel style, en-suite with river view accommodation. The building is detached from the main Pub and Restaurant. We offer accommodation on a room only basis (similar to Travel Inns and Travel Lodge, but with a quiet riverside view. For further details, the Fleet Inn has its own website.

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