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All reviewspopular with the localstwo flights of stairsno vacanciesbar pubsunday lunchpub with roomsideal locationpub grubpiping hottoiletries providedthe sticky toffee puddingwell worth a visitsteam trainwould stay againsteak pielovely foodcouple of nights
We received a warm welcome on arrival and were quickly made comfortable by the staff. The room was comfortable, clean and well furnished. Our room was at the rear of the property, looking toward the canal. The room was quiet with no interference from the...More
Popped into this pub for a much needed break during my Offas Dyke Path hike.
Had myself 3 lovely pints of Guinness sat outside in the sun, relaxing and watching the world go by.
I’ve stayed at this hotel in the past and it was...More
This local pub is excellent for dropping in. Staff very friendly and they also welcome your four legged friends! Popular with locals, good range of wines and gin! Great seating area at the front and good food. Highly recommend.
Stopped here today was going to have a drink possibly food......my partner had to nip the bank and my little boy needed the toilet quickly.....on entering the bar in a dash......a lady from behind the bar shouted really loud after me and my son ...'hello...More
Fabulous sunday roast at great price.Good meat pirtions and really loads of vegetables. Boikedcpotatoes, roasties and crisp yorkshire pudding.the dessert menu has lots of choices I loved the lemon drizzle sponge and the sticky toffee pudding with two scoops of ice cream us decadent and...More