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Farmers Boy Inn
Farmers Boy Inn
Ross Road
Longhope

Mitcheldean
Gloucestershire

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Award Winning 17th Century Country Inn & Restaurant with Open Fires, Oak Beamed Restaurant, Lounge, Bar & Games room. Child Friendly & Dog Friendly Beer Garden with Home cooked Food served all Day everyday, Real ales, World Wines & the Best pint of Guinness served in the County. Set on the Gloucestershire & Herefordshire Countryside this part of the Country is truly a hidden gem. A Family run Inn, not too Formal but a Home from Home atmosphere with an amazing Energy & Passion for the well being of its customers & friends we are just getting to know. Famous for its selection of Home-made Pies which are sold in the Local Deli's & Supermarkets & also available to Take Away from The Farmers Boy Inn. All our Meat is sourced from the Cotswold's & all our ingredients is Local Produce with a extensive menu & Vegetarians Dishes too. Also any Dietary issues is not a problem or Gluten Free Diet as all our Dishes are Homemade. Please check our Web Site to view our latest menu's. We are a Countrypub so Dogs are welcome as long as you take them Home with you. Finally we are located on the A40 Boxbush near the village of Longhope. Not far from Gloucester, Cheltenham, Ross-on-Wye, Forest of Dean, Herefordshire, the Welsh Border, Bristol, Birmingham to name a few. We look forward to welcoming you all to the Farmers Boy Inn & hope you enjoy your stay as much as look forward to looking after you............ Regards Phil Kiernan Proprietor & Landlord

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