you won't have to bleed the brakes, the clutch takes its fluid from about halfway up the reservoir so it can't empty the brakes for safety reasons.
is your pedal feeling right? as in does it feel like the clutch is working properly and no free play like you'd get if air was still in the system?
if you can get someone to look at the slave cylinder rod while the pedal is prssed you should be able to see it moving freely.
my bet is that the clutch is dragging, the plate will be sticking to the splines due to being stood for some time. you may be able to free it off by spraying some WD40 or similar into the clutch.
you could put it into gear first then start the engine, then take for a drive, the heat and motion may help to free it all off