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Needed somewhere to stay for one night ahead of an early morning meeting.
Extremely welcome greeting when I arrived.
Then the free bonus. Directly across the road from lovely little Whittington Castle, which was open until sundown.
Food was simple but very well prepared. Bedroom...More
Called for chance lunch. Pleasant helpful staff and very edible food at reasonable prices. Well worth a visit, family friendly in historic village. to be recommended. Outside tables with fascinating views.
Returned back to this traditional Inn last week for an evening meal. Great service, attentive but not intrusive. The menu isn't the widest but a fair selection overall to satisfy most tastes. Food tasty and well presented. Don't normally do a dessert but did here...More
We were recently on a canal boat on the Llangollen Canal when we stopped off at a canal side pub near Whittington, unfortunately the host of the pub was not keen on serving us a meal as they had a large group due in and...More
On the recommendation of a colleague I stayed here for one night whilst travelling on business. Great welcome and incredible value. Nothing was too much trouble for proprietor. Will certainly stay here again...
USD 88 - USD 97 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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What can you tell me about the room at the back where K1200travel talks about on the page with the roomtips? It's a more quiet room, but I heard it is also smaller then the other rooms. Can you tell me what the difference is compaired to the other rooms at the front, overlooking the Casttle . What does it mean, how small is the room? Can you open a window? How are the beds/is the bed? Are there 2 chairs where you can sit and rest with a cup of tea? Nice bathroom?
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"A perfect base for visiting local historical sites from the Iron age to the English Civil War"