Called in by chance,wow what a find,the food was fabulous! Planning to visit again,worth the journey. PS the home made pie was to die for!
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Had lunch last week at the Railway. They were still refurbishing the pub. I don't like what they have done to it, in that they have installed hard wooden benches all around and put scatter cushions on them. There were two comfortable chairs on the...More
I booked a table for 12.45, 9/9/17, even left a mobile no. as requested. After our visit to Churnet Valley Railway went to the Inn for our Lunch only to find that it was closed. We have not heard anything from them since.
We purchased a overnight stay voucher from signal radio for the railway inn We arrived on 18/8/17 we could not get in, so we phoned and was told to come back at 6.00pm. Our room was terrible broken shower door and toilet seat no toiletories...More
Popped in for lunch whilst visiting the Churnet Valley Railway. The décor is railway themed but not excessively so. The pub was just finishing being renovated when we visited, but that notwithstanding the food was good if a little unusual, with flatbreads offered rather than...More
I was looking forward to a typically English pub Sunday roast lunch, sadly to have beef I had to have two types and to have lamb I had to have three different cuts, to me the flavours compete. I was pleased to see a Bordeaux...More
We came here (4adults) for an evening meal. The staff were really welcoming and chatty. We were shown to our table where we ordered our meals. My beef Wellington has to be the best ever, the beef so tender that it virtually melted in my...More
Food is average at best and is priced very high, the interior is very good after the recent refurb with old railway sleepers as benches which are surprisingly comfortable, but prices are way to high, the couple that own the pub are very nice and...More
This pub has been renovated recently. The tables are set out with two chairs on one side and a plain wooden bench running along on the other. This is just bare wood to sit on with some cushions to sit on. The wood window surrounds...More