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All reviewsthe pubsunday lunchbar menuyorkshire puddingfull english breakfastour room was spotlessly cleanpretty villagelovely little placeuneven floorsfish and chipsabbey viewlovely villagepower showerbreakfast was freshly cookedpork bellybeer gardenbreakfast was excellent
My Dad had fish and chips and said its the best he's ever had he's 89! My mum and I had smaller portions of ham egg and chips; lovely ham, hot thick chips. My husband had pastrami sandwich which came with chips, again lovely. Nice...More
We had a winter Friday lunch time walk to the pub and it is a lovely place to enjoy nice food and a good selection of beers and cider (Rebellion beer and aspall cider). Our pork belly and steak and kidney pudding meals were lovely...More
Nice big room with clean linens and bedding. Bed comfortable. Plenty of plugs. Basic but fine. Bathroom paint all peeling off the ceiling and debris under radiator that might have been there a long time. Owners need to look at this detail, otherwise we had...More
We stayed here on Friday evening 27th Oct and booked the Abbey view room.Booking in was swift and welcoming and we were also shown to our room.Our room was full of character,beams on the ceiling and in the bathroom,a roll top bath and a decent...More
This old coaching inn should be called a restaurant with rooms; the rooms are not much (though they are clean, en suite, and the bed was comfortable) but the cooking is superlative. There's a small pub inside and a larger dining area. Access to rooms...More