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Spotlessly clean and staff were very welcoming. The food was really good and although we were staying in an inn, there was no noise at night. Nigel, the Landlord was very helpful and informative about the inn, particularly about the Curious case of the dog...More
The building is very unique and internally probably not changed for a hundred years or more!
Great if you want a really olde worlde experience and friendly efficient service.
However if you would rather have really good food and comfortable seats then it is not...More
Four of us had dinner there and we were al a bit disappointed. One had fish and chips which were just okay. Another had lambs liver which was very plain and over cooked so dry. The pie was probably the best of the meals but...More
The food was ok, not fantastic but alright, and the wait was very long. I had scampi and there was plenty of it, but they were rather dry and served with a huge amount of potato wedges.
Surprisingly little atmosphere considering the age of the...More
The history of this place is very cool and the pub is lovely. The food is excellent and so is the service. My wife and I had dinner here with some friends at their recommendation and we all loved it. Definitely recommended!