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Under new management family run village pub offering real ales, local wines and home cooked menu. Beautiful beer gardens and children's play area plus three en-suite letting rooms. Serving local ales at competitive prices, and food that is top...more
I stopped here for an overnight stay with work and I couldn’t fault the place, the room was lovely, clean and comfortable and the food was delicious.
The gentleman working behind the bar and the manager/owner owner were very polite and attentive. I would definitely...More
Wanted some where to eat on a Sunday evening and after my daughter recently moved to the area decided to try The Cherry Tree,what a fantastic find.
Nothing was to much trouble,the local ale was spot on, the food catering for all of us in...More
Visited The Cherry Tree in for a late lunch after walking around Bewl water and staying at the Dale Hill hotel
I must say the food was incredible and the atmosphere was perfect. We would definitely visit again.
Arrived to find that despite what their website says they will not serve the over 60s menu on Mondays. Only 1 Ale on offer Harvey’s & it was past it’s best & served far to cold (to disguise the “off” taste?).
Date of experience: December 2018
Julie T, Owner at The Cherry Tree Inn, responded to this reviewResponded 10 February 2019
I’m sorry for any disappointments however we are not actually open on a Monday throughout the winter so I am a little confused. I have also had no complaints regarding the Harvey’s however please come and try us again for a complimentary pint.
We stayed on 14 December for 2 nights in the king room to attend a family wedding in the town. Great food. Very comfortable room. Very helpful team. Julie very kindly helped me with something I realised I had forgotten at the last minute when...More
Had a lovely lunch today, the food and service were great, the young man that served us explained that he was a trainee barman, he was attentive and professional. We had a warm welcome from the landlady too, we will definitely be going back.
We stayed here on a Saturday night while attending a birthday party in the village.
We had the Queen Room and it was very good indeed.
We ate Saturday lunch before the party. Ham egg and chips was everything it promised, and the fish and...More