DUE TO BEING IN TIER 2, WE ARE CLOSED FOR THE WHOLE OF DECEMBER
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"Your friendly local pub in the heart of town" Located on Moreton in Marsh's delightful High Street, The Black Bear Inn is a traditional pub serving delicious food and fantastic local ales. We pride ourselves on our warm and friendly, home from home, welcome.
Our 40-seater restaurant is a wonderful place to enjoy a delicious lunch or dinner created by our head chef Dave Lawrence.
Our pub is full of lots of quirky bits and pieces and there are lots of lovely places to enjoy a drink or meal in all months of the year!
★★★★★ We’ve eaten here on four or five occasions whilst staying in Moreton, every time the meal has been delicious - great ingredients and beautifully prepared - and yesterday’s steak was no exception. Staff always welcoming and friendly- we’ll definitely be back.
★★★★★ We decided to try the Black Bear on Saturday evening and both opted for the steak and ale pie. Thus was fabulous, I'd say the best I've ever had. There was loads of really tender meat in the pie, a lovely gravy and very good puff pastry top. The chips were to die for and the carrots and cabbage excellent. All in all the best food decision we made all weekend. Service was quick and efficient, even though they already has one large party in and were expecting two more. We will certainly eat here again next time we stay at the local Caravan Club site.
MORETON IN MARSH
Located at the head of the beautiful Evenlode Valley, Moreton in Marsh is a thriving market town with excellent public transport links including a direct link to London by rail, the town dates back 1000 years to the Saxon era.
The broad High Street is lined with elegant 17th and 18th Century buildings, where the Black Bear Inn sits today. In the centre is the Redesdale Hall dating from 1887 this is the town’s main public hall which regularly holds antiques and craft fairs. Moreton’s High Street is lined with elegant Cotswolds stone buildings which house many specialist shops, antique emporiums, tea rooms and delis.
Nearby attractions include Batsford Arboretum, Cotswold Falconry, Bourton House Garden & Sezincote Gardens, which for those visitors that enjoy walking, can be reached by local footpaths including the Moreton Eight trail.
Moreton in Marsh has a variety of accommodation, whether you want a small self-catering cottage or a luxury hotel, or perhaps something in between.
Every Tuesday Moreton-in-Marsh hosts the largest open-air street market in the Cotswolds and is popular at any time of the year. The High street offers many art & antique galleries as well as a wonderful selection of cafes, pubs and restaurants. The annual Moreton Show is a major one-day agricultural show held on the first Saturday in September which celebrates past and present farming life.
As well as the railway station, Moreton-in-Marsh is well connected to Cheltenham and other towns and villages in the Cotswolds via bus services.