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This is without doubt a treasured find. When booking an overnight stay I normally avoid bespoke hotels in fear of substandard accommodation but the Nevill Arms is anything but. It is clean, very well appointed, has extraordinary character and the food at dinner and breakfast...More
Met friends here for lunch. We arrived early and had a really nice coffee in the Nevill Cafe in the courtyard at the back of this gastro-pub. When our friends arrived we sat with our drinks and studied the menu by the welcoming real fire....More
Came here for lunch on 13th Jan for a surprise Birthday party. Very welcoming on arrival. Friendly and polite bar staff with a pleasant and welcoming decor.
Restaurant was small but well presented and waiting staff also very polite and accommodating especially as some of...More
Attended a cricket club annual presentation evening with a meal. Considering the meal was £30phpp the service was appalling. Starters came out at 7.45 then by 10pm diners were having to ask where their desserts were. On top of this, waitresses were hanging around near...More
Response from Mark K, Owner at Nevill Arms Inn & RestaurantResponded 28 December 2017
We were very disappointed to read your remarks from this years annual Cricket Club Presentation Dinner. If I may respond ? ....
The '£30 price per person' was your Cricket Club price, not ours. We charged £24 for the three course meal.
The hotel is really remote. Only way to get there is by car. The hotel is adjacent to the pub, and has decent size rooms. Bathrooms are small. I had difficulty operating the thermostate on the tap, as both hot and cold water delivered hot...More