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Had lunch here for a friends 50th.
Staff were friendly and efficient, good beers and wines, and chose the Christmas set menu, which proved universally popular with our party and great value.
Only problem was the locals.. not discreet about their curiosity as to where...More
Great cozy pub after a long walk, and was looking forward to hearty lunch. 4/5 of us ordered fish and chips and none of us enjoyed or finished it - thick soggy batter. I did mention this to a staff member, who apologised and said...More
The Falklands Arms is another example a fabulous historic pub that offers modern 21st century travellers the experience that travellers in the 1500's would have had. The rooms are quite small by our standards but, most likely lavish, but 16th century standards. I just loved...More
Visited a couple of weeks back for some food after hearing about the uniqueness of the pub from a friend. Very impressed with the food, great professional and friendly service from the young guy behind the bar. Will definitely be visiting again - looks like...More
The Falklands Arms is a must for anyone who wants to get away from it all. No music playing and no TV in the public areas. Bliss ! Be aware its a very old building with uneven floors and no lift. I WILL be staying...More
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The Falkland Arms is very dog friendly. There is a beautiful resident dog and during our stay we met lots of other dogs in there. we are taking ours next time we go. You and your dog will have an amazing visit. Enjoy!