Welcome to the Old Spot Inn

The Old Spot Inn – nestled at the foot of Stinchcombe Hill, in the Gloucestershire town of Dursley, you can find this award winning “gem” of a traditional hostelry. Situated on the Cotswold Way and surrounded by the glorious Cotswold countryside: the original building dates from 1776 and has low ceilings and comfortable connecting bar-rooms which are adorned with interesting “breweriana” from times gone by.

There can be no better atmosphere in which to enjoy a pint or two of the many cask ales always available and the humming of convivial conversation!

The Old Spot also has a sister pub in Eastington, The Old Badger Inn. Please click here to take a look at their website.

  • Old Ric 4.5%
  • Ginger 4.2%
  • Tally Ho 5.5%
  • 606 4.4%
  • Butty Bach 4.5%
  • Otter Bitter 3.6%
  • Shagweaver 4.5%
  • Still Cider : Severn Cider, Kingston Black 6.3%
  • Still Cider : Golden Slipper Perry 6.8%
  • Soup of the Day: Leek and Potato
  • Pie of the Day: Chicken and Ham
  • Chicken Korma
  • Meditteranean Tart
  • Monday Night Suppers 7-9.30pm booking advisable
  • Otter Brewery Trip Sat 20th Sep! Names & money behind the bar before the spaces all go

Latest News

  • Gloucester Brewery Trip

    We have a trip scheduled for Wednesday 13th August to see the fabulous Gloucester Brewery.  We will be leaving the Spot at 6pm, the cost is  £15 wh...

  • Cook/Assistant Chef Vacancy

    An exciting position has opened up in our kitchen for an enthusiastic, driven and capable individual!  We are looking for someone to join our incredi...

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We serve a traditional Sunday Roast with a choice or meats, seasonal vegetables, either cauliflower cheese or cheesy leeks, roast potatoes, yorkshire pudding & gravy . There is always a vegetarian dish available too. Though we don’t have a childrens menu we serve a “half size, half price” meal. Choice of home-made puddings to follow. Sunday Main £10 – Puddings £4.50

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