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Reviewed 28 September 2020

Party of 3 singles staying 2 nights on a walking break. Hotel (not our first visit) is a little thin on character perhaps but has great views across Lathkill and our rooms were extremely clean and comfortable. Food was very decent "pub grub" but the roast salmon was delicious and is highly recommended. The Hartington Bitter was especially enjoyed! Breakfasts were all we wanted and cooked to order.

High spots were 1) the way they are working within the Covid guidelines - you feel very reassured without feeling at all intimidated and 2) their mostly (very) young staff who were polite, cheerful and efficient and made us feel really welcome. Alice is certainly making her mark: book with confidence.

Date of stay: September 2020
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Thank Robert W
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Reviewed 14 September 2020

We enjoyed lunchtime beers outside taking in the spectacular views. We were SO impressed with their Coronavirus safety precautions, that we booked a table for the following evening. We were not disappointed, the service was friendly and efficient, all staff wearing masks or visors and all food and drinks served to the table.
Well done Alice and her team - top marks!

Room tip: Ask for one at the front, its worth the extra to enjoy the view.
Date of stay: September 2020
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Thank 521JonathanG
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Reviewed 26 August 2020 via mobile

I will start by saying the pub is nothing spectacular, there’s not many quirks, the restaurant is quite basic in the way it is decorated. The views are incredible over the dale (we had a window seat, as requested) so happy they had put us there! The food is not home-made that’s for sure (plastic burger cheese, fries were a packet job) however having said all that, it was tasty. I didn’t go expecting the ritz due to the reviews so that’s why I went in with an open-mind knowing the food wasn’t going to be anything wow-worthy, but just your average tasty pub grub and that’s exactly what it was. Staff were also friendly. I would definitely go again, what I had was yummy. I had the cheese burger and fries for main and Treacle Tart for dessert. Don’t expect anything glitz but do try it for yourself! The views are so worth it too.

Date of stay: August 2020
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank ThatGirlWhoReviews
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Reviewed 21 August 2020

Two great afternoons, totally COVid safe. Sanitizer, staff visors etc. Very efficient table service from good staff. Recommend you phone in advance.
Lunch was really good and the beer was lovely. Views to die for.

Date of stay: August 2020
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Thank francis059
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Reviewed 20 August 2020 via mobile

After a lovely walk down the dale to Alport and back we walked eagerly across the last few fields to the pub. We sat on a lovely terrace with a lovely view under a useful marquee lashed down very securely. It needed to be because it was blustery to say the least. Given all of this we had a really nice lunch. Fantastic, friendly, efficient, service delicious drinks the Arbor Low? beer was superb, and the food completely hit the spot: bacon and camembert burger, veggie pizza (great base), lamb pie and a very nice veggie curry. All in all a good experience, with a little less wind and a bit of sun, this is a 5* spot.

Date of stay: August 2020
Trip type: Travelled with family
Thank dskal
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