Good choice of pub food with good choice of ales. Ambience fine and decor classic/ homely. Situated in a lovely village and staff welcoming. Good children's facility in yard. Value for money and quality assured.
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I ate in the pub whilst stopping in a room upstairs.A table had been reserved for me upon my room booking which was handy as it was quite busy and limited amount of tables.The staff were lovely and friendly,nothing any trouble.The food was outstanding.I went...More
We had a lovely meal here whilst on holiday nearby. The staff were very friendly and the prices reasonable. It is a quaint country pub situated in a lovely village. The menu was varied and the dishes we ordered were freshly cooked and were tasty....More
The main course was overcooked and cold and the cheesecake was totally unedible. One of the worst pub meals ever. Service was correct but minimal
Decent bed and breakfast., rooms are a bit dated. Bathroom was fairly new install but looked thrown together. Mostly cracked tiles on bathroom floor and felt quite grubby. Food is nice and fairly priced.
First visit staff very friendly and food very good. Well worth a visit. Nice quite peaceful location
Sad to say we no longer find the Duke of Cumberland good value for money. We have dined here many times before, prices have crept up and the menu and food are now disappointing. Staff were very helpful and friendly, but that did not compensate.
A typical, almost "stereotypical" English village pub, the 'local regulars' at one end of the bar, families eating at tables and a lovely outside garden area with children's play area. Lovely pub all round, brilliant food, lovely atmosphere, suitable for adults and families.
Our first concern when we arrived was that this usually busy pin was very quiet at lunchtime. We need not have worried, a nice welcome, very helpful and attentive start made this an enjoyable lunch. Usual pub menu but with some interesting vegetarian dishes and...More