ABOUT US

The Fountain is one of the oldest known sites connected with the brewing trade in Gloucester. It was owned by Peter Poitevin in the time of Henry III, who was probably the bishop who crowned the young King at St Peter’s Abbey (now the Cathedral) in 1216.

It was almost certainly an Inn by the early fourteenth century. The name dates from around 1672, named for Trinity Well, the water source located nearby in Westgate Street.

A plaque in our attractive courtyard is said to commemorate another royal connection: a visit by William III who allegedly rode his horse up the stairs to show his contempt for Jacobite rebels meeting there.

 The Fountain is a traditional pub with a good range of real ales and great pub food.  

 

If it's a really great pint, juicy steak, light snack or a friendly place to sit and read the paper with a drink then look no further than the The Fountain Inn. We are ready to welcome you.

OPENING HOURS

 

Monday & Tuesday - Closed

Wednesday & Thursday 11am - 9pm

Friday & Saturday 11am - 10pm

Sunday 11am - 6pm

 

Food served:

Closed - Monday & Tuesday

12pm - 8pm  Wednesday & Thursday

12pm - 8pm  Friday - Saturday

12pm -5pm  Sunday

 

ADDRESS

 

The Fountain Inn

53 Westgate Street

Gloucester 

GL1 2NW

thefountaininngloucester@gmail.com

T  /  01452 522562

 

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