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This is a restaurant we go to regularly but tonight I was disappointed. My wife's goats cheese salad was fine but my medium rib-eye steak was full of gristle and under cooked. I asked for medium and it came out as barely over rare. It...More
I’ve left this review a little late due to actually writing to the “St. Austell” brewery first and I’ve still yet to receive even an acknowledgment of my letter, so I have decided to make my view of this public house.
Car parking was on...More
Lovely and quaint little village pub/hotel in the busy port of Charles town Booking is recommended for busy periods especially Sunday lunch..carvery meats and local freshly cooked products the roast potatoes are just divine...this place is beautiful inside and out and the menu and specials...More
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Response from StAustellManagement, Manager at Rashleigh ArmsResponded 2 weeks ago
Thank you for leaving this lovely review. We are pleased you enjoyed your visit to Charlestown and look forward to welcoming you back very soon!
Stayed here for 4 nights at the end of Jan, The room was lovely with a comfy double bed, there were only a few let downs to the room, one being that at night the extraction units were right outside the window, these were incredibly...More
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Response from StAustellManagement, Manager at Rashleigh ArmsResponded 4 February 2018
Thank you for sharing with us your recent stay. We are pleased you enjoyed your time with us and hope you will return again very soon!
Visited The Rashleigh for Sunday lunch. Since new management took over I have been doubtful about whether past performance would be maintained. The wall hanging "specials" have been replaced with beer brands and the half portions in the menu have been relegated to the childrens'...More
Response from StAustellManagement, Manager at Rashleigh ArmsResponded 16 January 2018
Thank you for your review, and giving us a chance, we are pleased that you enjoyed your carvery with us and we do hope you will return again soon.