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This is a fantastic historical pub, with a great location and interior. However it misses getting full marks as the choice of ales was pretty basic. Didn't have food but looked standard fare. With a tiny bit more work this could be an amazing pub...More
We stayed at the skirrid inn on the Thursday evening, we checked in rather late which wasn't an issue, we were greeted by a lovely bar lady & the locals were pleasant enough talking & offering directions to an attraction we were going to later...More
I haven't been here for many many years, so as I was driving past the other day, I decided to introduce my husband to this olde worlde pub. Upon arrival, the fire was roaring and the pub felt very welcoming. Unfortunately, they had just stopped...More
5* staff and food, love the bar area and log fire. Rooms are fine and clean.Its homely, the place is 100's of years old. Don't go if your wanting clean lines and an almost clinical feel to a hotel. I loved the 4 posted beds...More
A very nice country pub with great views.
Good place for a pint and a mewal after a walk on the hills - or if you are in the area then visit by car for lunch or evening refreshments.
Sorry, I don't know. I visited as a diner and drinker as I live fairly locally. I would give them a call during opening hours. They seem to be a more traditional kind of place where a personal approach would succeed better... More
Sorry, I don't know. I visited as a diner and drinker as I live fairly locally. I would give them a call during opening hours. They seem to be a more traditional kind of place where a personal approach would succeed better than Email etc.