The unspoilt village of Uley lies in a picturesque, hidden valley on the edge of the Cotswold Escarpment and half a mile from the Cotswold Way. There are a number of fine Georgian houses surrounding the village green, as well as a pub. Overlooking Uley and dominating the skyline is the ancient hill fort of Uleybury. This is the most commanding Iron Age hill-fort in the Cotswolds and there are magnificent views from the hilltop overlooking the Severn valley.
Welcoming, attractive whitewashed freehouse, built in 1638 and set in the picturesque Uley Valley. The pub has a pleasant walled garden. The cosy main bar has a low-timbered ceiling. The pub is close to Uley Brewery. We offer a high standard of en suite accommodation. All the rooms have tea- and coffee-making facilities and a TV. They are all spacious and have plenty of light.
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