My husband and I booked a night here as we were attending a wedding in the local area. We arrived and were shown to our room by a lovely young lady . The pub is old and quirky, just what we love with so much...More
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The title says it all. We visited as a walking group (17). Excellent snack lunch and a very welcoming host/hostess.
Turned up on a Friday evening, pouring down with rain, walked in and was immediately welcomed by the gentleman behind the bar, explained we wanted to eat and shown to a window table with a lovely warm radiator, and a very welcoming log fire. A...More
A group of use went to this 'local' pub restaurant for an evening meal. The food and service was fine, and a good pint of beer served along with a decent wine list.
Dined here today - it was fabulous. Greeted by the lovely server who had laid us a table near the fire. He was attentive polite and promptly server our drinks. The lunch menu was varied with excellent choices. 3 of us opted for the cod...More
Lovely restaurant / hotel with a good selection of quality food, wines and beers. Best of all I could take my dog in the bar (but not in the restaurant)
We visited The Boyne Arms after walking our dog in the area as we wanted a Sunday Dinner. They were happy to have our dog in the bar area as long as she was on her lead. Friendly staff from the outset we ordered a...More
Fish and chips are to die for! Not literally but it's a must if you're in the area. Perhaps on holiday in South Shropshire.
I went into the boyne arms last month having been in there once before and I was greeted with tobacco smoke coming from the bar area, I found my wife and I a seat in the lounge with one other couple who already looked displeased...More