Set on a high bank the Victoria Inn at Eastleach enjoys views across the gentle hills of the Cotswolds. Built in the early 18th century it became a pub in the mid-1800s. It's a straightforward traditional pub, comfortable but unfussy, serving the local community - many of whom still work on the land. It's a tranquil spot and ideal for a quiet pint and lunch in the pub's garden.
In the valley the two sleepy and picturesque villages of Eastleach Turville and Eastleach Martin are divided by the River Leach, which can be crossed either by a road bridge or an ancient clapper footbridge. Both villages have pretty Norman churches as they were once owned by rival landowners.
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