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Arrived around 2pm on a Monday and was surprised to see how busy the pub was! Ordered our food at the pub and sat outside. Great selection of Ale's to choose from. Our food was delivered to us at our table in about 20 minutes....More
Rang to book a table, left message on the answer phone. Nobody bothered to come back to me. I rang again, they apparently hadn't looked at the messages.
We ordered starters which came fairly quickly, nothing special. Waited ages for main course. Caesar...More
We chose this quaint setting to share a special get together for Mums Birthday lunch, we sat outside in the sunshine, sipping our cool beers while selecting from the varied menu. Food was all tasty and well received from all members of our party, the...More
We've been coming here for years and things have definitely changed for the worse. First we noticed a few years back was the food was just not as good as it once was. The menu choices are just standard pub food. I know it is...More
We were greeted by a charming girl behind the bar who found us a table. We ordered whitebait and leek and potato soup for starters. The fish was fine but the soup was absolutely tasteless. I couldn't eat it. My main course of beetroot and...More
Is it suitable for accomodation for a family with 2 children under 10?
11 April 2017|
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Response from dibd0bs | Reviewed this property |
It's a very child-friendly pub but it is a busy one so the noise may be an issue.
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I would like to book the garden room for a short stay on the next summer for me and my daughter. Is it far from the pub and the coastal path? As we are travelling by train/bus, does it take a long time frm the bus stop tothe tiger inn? Thanks for your kind reply..