The Thatch Inn has been a local watering hole for well over 40 years, and has been welcoming travellers for far longer. Anne Boleyn, Queen at the time, “rested” here in 1535 when passing through Gloucestershire with Henry VIII. After this visit the building was renamed Queen Anne’s Farm..
Our traditional bar was originally built in the 1300’s and has that classic chocolate box appearance locked in its walls. Relax by the open fire in one of our comfortable armchairs, sample our wide selection of wines, great choice of spirits and real ales. Find a quiet nook in our reading corner and bury yourself in a good book or enjoy a friendly chat with the locals – there are plenty of tales to tell!
Enjoy the garden
We have a spacious and carefully maintained garden with outdoor tables and a pretty summerhouse. Relax with a cool drink in the summer months and just watch the world, and the traffic, go by.
Unwind in the snug bar
In addition to the traditional bar where you can enjoy a relaxed drink, snack or meal, we also have a cosy and quiet snug. Wander past the main bar through a short corridor and you will find yourself in a haven of peace. Comfy chairs, board games and books to thumb or get lost in. Pop in for a drink and a chat or find a cosy nook and curl up for the afternoon.