Wonderfull dinner. Lovely service. So nice to go out for Sunday roast. Thoroughly enjoyed it. Not expensive and it's a carvery.
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i have been many times to the bird in hand for a carvery. it really is a nice meal but every one that i speak to about it dosent agree and i think that it never use to be nice so now it has got...More
The propriotors of this watering establishment ,go out of their way to make this a memorable experience.there are many things that can go wrong in a pub ,staffing issues. ,cash flow,being tyed to a unforgiving brewery ,with little help from them to sproose up the...More
This has the opprtunity to be a great village pub, yet has never taken it up. Rather walk 2 miles to the next village than drink here. Unfriendly, rowdy atmosphere, with a welcome taken from the Slaughtered Lamb.
Regularly visit on a Sunday for their carvery. Lovely service and fresh food. Nice choice of meats and self service veg.
Full English breakfast with no mushrooms, hash browns or black pudding!! Really?? The whole breakfast smelled like it had been thrown in old fat. No one in our party of 8 could stomach it and two were physically ill after only a couple of mouthfuls!...More
Any public house with large posters advertising a well known satellite sport TV company, is not normally on my list of pubs to visit for something to eat. After crossing the threshold I realised I had ignored one of my cardinal rules. The lady serving...More
I'm surprised at the poor reviews for this venue, I thought the choice of drinks was pretty good and I had an ace pizza freshly made. It was pretty busy so some people like it!
Booked this over the phone, very easy to book and pay, was told room was en-suite and breakfast included, room was basic and floor needed hoovering, bathroom was freezing so we decided to shower once we got home, instructions on bedroom door say to leave...More