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Attended a car club function in The Orchard. About 40/50 people who ordered from the menu. Food came out very quickly and was very good. Served by a smiling group of young people. Pleasure to be served by them . Given that there was also...More
We came here just for a drink and it was lovely.Never been in a pub so old and characterful.It was nice to see that a wedding was taking place when we were there. Nice choice of beer and food was available though we didn't eat...
Booked 1 night. Room OK, small but as would be expected for such an old/historic place. Bed fine. Shower good size but not very powerful.
Evening meal - Had to send partners dinner back. Canneloni more like a taco!
My first choice off - please...More
Lunch at the fleece is a real trip down memory lane. This ancient building has a unique ambiance and the welcome extended by the staff, and the food served was a delight Very well worth a visit if you are interested in medieval architecture
Spotlessly clean and staff were very welcoming. The food was really good and although we were staying in an inn, there was no noise at night. Nigel, the Landlord was very helpful and informative about the inn, particularly about the Curious case of the dog...More