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Gorgeous place to stay; picture perfect country inn both inside and out. We loved our stay and were sad it was only for one night. Easy to find; plenty of parking and check-in was quick, friendly, welcoming and helpful. We had a lovely large room...More
Quintessential English country Inn with stone flagged floors and Inglenook fire places
Luxuriously appointed bedroom in converted stable block, with fantastic powerful shower, and warm snuggly duvets.
Excellent gourmet food and real ale
Warm hearted friendly hosts and gorgeous land lady
Nothing too much trouble...More
The bosses were away but the young staff standing were excellent. We both had wild boar sausages which were very good as was the sweet potato mash and vegetables. The ambience is a bit lacking but the food and service made up for it. Worth...More
The portions were very generous and reasonably priced. Very busy but the service was good. We weren't rushed and could sit back and enjoy each course. Plenty of parking spaces and in the summer it has a nice outside area to eat.
We just left this great Inn and really enjoyed it. We were two couples (family) visiting from the US. Besides looking like the perfect English Inn from the outside, it was a very enjoyable stay. We were there for 3 days and found the location...More