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I stayed here whilst on business in the area.
I am giving this a 2 star review as is does not warrant 3 stars at present....
The room I was shown was on the roadside, literally opened the badly fitting bedroom door onto the street....More
The room we had was through the arch and to the rear of the pub. It was a very nice large room with twin beds as requested. We visited in December and it sure was cold outside, However the room it`s self was toasty warm...More
Stayed for a couple of nights, a few weeks back. Truly have to say the best place Ive stayed in. The grub was a solid 5* (breakfast and dinner). The landlord, Kerry, was attentive and created a good atmosphere at breakfast. The bartenders Charlotte (I...More
As work become busy that time of the year company have booked me this B&B, and I can't fault it in any way(maybe one!hairdryers need update:) ).Arrived in the bar early afternoon, Welcomed by James(hope I'm not wrong) lovely back yard and entrance to the...More
A pleasant stay in a charming pub. Good breakfast and friendly people. My only critic is that we booked a double and were given a twin.
Plenty of restaurants in walking distance in a pleasant village. Would definitely book again.