Quintessential British dining at its best is what you’ll be in for when you head to the Farmers Boy Inn, run by Phil and his expanding family. This charming spot located in Longhope, about 20 minutes from Gloucester is set against a picturesque backdrop which fits together with the relaxing atmosphere just perfectly. You’ll find all your favourite British classics on offer here, with the team going to great lengths to ensure everything is locally sourced where possible, and the bar is always stocked with a quality choice of real ales, beers, wine and spirits. Also offering a range of gluten-free and vegetarian dishes, Gloucester’s Farmers Boy Inn on Ross Road will have you covered no matter your dietary requirements or preferences. Reserve your spot in this piece of paradise now!
Great service and good we had a fantastic experience the Sunday lunch very very yummy followed by great service in a great location we will be back for the pie menu
Great meal, welcoming and friendly staff, and a lovely old pub. A varied menu and it was nice to have plenty of gluten free options.
Lovely relaxed atmosphere and the staff were very helpful and friendly. The pies were had by us all and nice. We will definitely return again .
Great food great service lovely country pub . Home cooked roasts and big variety of homemade desserts . The pies and burgers here are amazing . Always enjoyed good food
The food was delicious, couldnt fault it one bit. It was definately worth the wait. My mum was over the moon with her meal i treated her to yesterday. She said it was so nice to have such a favourable pie with so much meat in it. Would definately recommend going here for such lovely pub food. There was a few things i noticed in the toilets that need attention. The window edging was fallen off & just placed ontop of the toilet cistern, the finish to the wall panels could do with edging to cover the tatty edges etc. Before walking into the ladies all you could smell was the Little Boys Room which did put me off quite alot - thinking of cleanliness point of view. All the staff were very attentive & helpful.
We have often visited this pub. The welcome we got from Darren was as great as usual and there was no problem over the fact that we were a few minutes late for our table. However, we waited ages to be given our menus - only happened when Darren reminded the waitress and instead of handing us one each, she left them in a pile on the table. There was no courtesy check to see that our meals were ok ( they were delicious). When my husband ordered more drinks, mine came,but his did not. After waiting several more minutes, he managed to attract someone’s attention and they went to get his drink, only to come back and tell us they had run out of Chardonnay. All in all, welcome and food were great, service could do with some improvement.
Visited at 4:30pm after what had clearly been a busy lunch service. Staff were pretty max'd out and they could have done with some more people. Service was attentive and the place was clean. Food was OK. 3 of our group of 4 had pies which is apparently what the pub is know for and while these were acceptable they were nothing to write home about. The other dishes I saw ordered by other patrons all looked good.
Service was good to begin with but then they forgot to come and ask for your dessert order and we had to ask 3 times for the bill and ended up going to he bar to pay after an hour of waiting. The food was good although the crab fish cakes were not worth the almost £9 charged. Atmosphere of the place is good and toilets nice and clean
I had my birthday lunch at The Farmers Boy yesterday, the pies are amazing, staff so efficient and friendly and the pub really cosy and welcoming. I felt thoroughly spoilt and will definitely be back, thank you!
Had a lovely evening at The Farmers Boy. Atmosphere lovely and the place was really warm and cosy. Definitely required on a chilly Feb evening. Service fantastic and food even better. The pies really are world class.