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Stayed here on our way to and from the UK. Its location in a small village can make you believe that your Tom Tom is playing up - It isn't. Large off road parking. We had our evening meal in the restaurant both nights -...More
Went here with old friends who live locally whilst I was working in the area , very friendly pub , nice atmosphere, clean and well presented pub in a lovely little village , reasonable prices , worth a visit
Needed somewhere to stay for one night to attend a wedding nearby. Took a chance , booked online and am very happy i did. Traditional old pub, lots of character with a clean neat bedroom (room 1) sleeps 3. Staff were great , very happy.
Booked a table for Easter Sunday for a special family meal. Our table wasn't ready as people hadn't finished eating; we decided to sit at another table. When our food came the plates and Yorkshire puddings were cold, the veg was limited and luke warm;...More
A warm and welcoming pub with a roaring log fire we were greeted by Joe who couldn't have been more helpful. Joe showed us to room number two a bit on the small side but clean and tidy. The food was very good the pub...More
USD 71 - USD 116 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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