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My partner and I booked a Sunday lunch at the Carew Arms at Crowcombe after winning a main meal for two.
We had visited the Carew Arms before but a number of years ago.
It didn't disappoint, the food was superb, with good portions and...More
I was left disappointed on my recent visit to the the Carew Arms. The restaurant food lacks quality and the place lacks ambience. Get the impression the staff are simply going through the motions and lack the will to turn things round. Such a shame...More
Ordered plaice and capers. Plaice tasteless and covered in a whole jar of capers.
Menu unchanged for years and very disappointing standard.
The Hood Arms or the Bicknoller pubs in the next villages amazing !More
Response from Emma K, Owner at The Carew ArmsResponded 7 August 2017
Thank you for your review. Naturally we are very disappointed that you were unhappy with your meal with us and only wish that we had been given the opportunity to rectify the situation on the night. Our staff always ask if you are happy with...More
We live a few miles away and as we had not visited the Carew Arms for several years thought we would give it a go. Problems with the card machine meant the payment had to be voided but the barman was apologetic and suggested I...More
We stayed here for a walking holiday for three nights with a group of friends (needing 5 rooms). The place has loads of character; our room and en-suite bathroom were of good quality, although the decor and fixtures were a bit old. We ate in...More
Yes, I can confirm that The Carew is dog friendly and you can have your pet to stay. You will need to bring what makes them comfy - basket, blanket, etc - and they do charge a £5 per night additional cleaning... More
Yes, I can confirm that The Carew is dog friendly and you can have your pet to stay. You will need to bring what makes them comfy - basket, blanket, etc - and they do charge a £5 per night additional cleaning fee, but dogs are very welcome.
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"Avoid room 3 if possible (aircon noise) - room 4 was vey good over looking the front (very quiet road)."