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As someone who has seem the highs and lows of this pub, I am pleased to see the New Manager Nathan has gone to considerable effort with the selection of craft spirits especially gin probably the best around. I just hope hisxeffortsxwill encourage people back...More
Service was good overall at breakfast and at booking in and out.
Room size good on ground floor, was good but bathroom in particular need upgrading - quite poor....
Room didn't have any pictures on the walls, so appeared quite bleak..
No chairs / small...More
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We stayed for two nights from October 12 in room 2 – which is in the brick outbuilding so avoided some of the possible problems of the wooden building further back.
The bed was excellent, firm, and with one of the highest tog duvets we've...More
The food well. A basic meal ordered, hot food served on a cold plate. Peas half cooked. How can you cook peas wrong. Bar person sneezed over eating tables. Didn't see him wash his hands and then handled cutlery.
I am at a loss as to how Greene King/Old English Inns can call this an Old English Inn - yes, the pub itself is eligible but clearly NOT the buildings that you stay in (which are across the pub gardens). Yes they are old...More
Hi Anne, there is bus stop next to the Inn. Bus nr 580 goes to Uxbridge, where you can catch the Tube. But you must be aware, that your journey to the centre of London will take hours rather, not minutes