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The Manorial Barn

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The Manorial Barn

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H E wrote a review Nov 2019
Sheffield, United Kingdom2 contributions
Attended a wedding here in October. Lovely venue, the event ran like clockwork, and the food was as good as anything I’ve ever had at a Wedding anywhere. Tremendous. The downside, and this is a big thing that should not be ignored, was the availability and quality of drinks. Absolutely terrible. My husband tried the beer, which was flat. I tried the white wine which was pretty poor, and our friend was unable to get a fruit cider. It is pure laziness not to provide a better range and quality of wine. (Sorry, Jack Rabbit / Hardys is not good enough). I don’t drink spirits but in the end it was the only taste either of us could stomach. The staff (who were lovely, I might add) are really letting themselves down with such a basic provision, and should really make more effort sourcing drinks to suit the occasion. Sorry, in an age of craft beer, flat John Smiths is a huge disappointment.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Barneyb69 wrote a review Oct 2018
Leighton Buzzard, United Kingdom137 contributions68 helpful votes
We attended my great neice wedding in this delightful 13th centuary converted barn. It is split into two areas the wedding chapel which was on the mezzanane floor and the dining function room below on the ground floor. It has a real rustic charm and an ideal atmosphere, ambience in which to get married. The staff were all very friendly and helpful. Our meal was three courses. Home made tomato soup, roast beef and Yorkshire pudding followed by a variety of cheese cake. All delicious and served to perfection. The whole experience was astonishing. The only criticism I have is the bar. The variety of keg beers was very poor. There was no draught ale to be had. The mediocre wine was VERY expensive at £18.50 per bottle.I would have thought for a place with this reputation the bar would have been much better stocked. That said We thoroughly enjoyed our day and I would recommend it.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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