About The Fountain Inn
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.
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The Fountain Inn, based in Gloucester, is perfect for an intimate or a medium-sized wedding. You will find everything that you would expect for a premium wedding location. The friendly and helpful team will be more than happy to help you in any way they can.
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