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All reviewsthe puba real gemgeorge bernard shawnational trustenglish villageunder new managementgreat lunchopen firesmain bedroomexcellent mealpassing placesshort drivewooden beamslovely villagedog walkerssandwichescountry side
I stayed here for two nights over Christmas. I think the pub and outbuildings where we stayed are pretty old - my room had wooden beams and a lovely atmosphrere. It was clean and comfortable with everything I needed. A very comfortable and cosy bed....More
Loved this place. It’s everything you would expect from a historic country pub. Fantastic fireplace-warm welcome & shown over to my room in a separate annexe. The room was comfortable if a little sparsely furnished but had everything I needed. The bed was comfortable &...More
We were looking for a wonderful old village pub to spend a few days in the English countryside. And The Brocket Arms met every expectation - plus a lot more.
This is a tremendous old pub, in a picture-postcard hamlet, with modern accommodation facilities (including...More
Lovely stay here for myself and a couple of my work colleagues.
It’s quiet, locals are chatty, beer is good and the food is marvellous, the rooms are converted stables and are ok, bit cold but bathroom lovely, WiFi can be hit or miss, so...More
Wonderful old maybe 14th century pub in quaint village
Pub bar is tiny with massive inglenook and separate restaurant. Worth a visit anyways and especially combined with GBS house national trust
Decent beers too