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Visited today for food and stopping by from shopping. Food was really nice but disappointed by the filthy cups, we ordered 3 teas and the cup were not even rinsed since the previous persons tea. Took them back in to get this rectified and was...disappointed the tea has just been tipped from a filthy mug into a new one... i know this as one had a sugar in it. One fork had food all over it. such a shame as all 4 of us really enjoyed the food but cleanliness is a massive factor for me especially in current times, it really puts me off a place.
On a positive, the waitresses were really friendlyMore
We had a very enjoyable lunch but I was a little surprised at the lack of veg with my steak and kidney pie, which was superb . Staff were friendly and courteous . One toilet was a little tight. You can get into cubicle but...have difficulty getting out would definately visit againMore
We were staying at the caravan and motorhome park about two miles away and decided to walk to the nearest pub which happened to be the six bells and it was a very good choice, it was a red hot evening and we were able...to sit in the garden, service was excellent and we received ice cold beers gratefully, the meal I had was very tasty, chicken and mushroom pie and chips, my husband had egg ham and chips which was also very nice. Well recommended after a long hard walk.More
By chance we found this great pub and stopped for lunch.
Polite, welcoming and helpful staff.
We both ordered a Ploughman’s which was beautifully presented & delicious. The pub was very busy but we were served our drinks straight away and did not have to...wait long for our food. We were lucky to get a table with shade, however Some of the tables did not have umbrellas to offer shade on what was one of the hottest days yet! Can I suggest providing bowls of drinking water for all your doggie visitors.
Unfortunately, I witnessed someone pouring bottled water straight into the dogs mouth, which is very dangerous.More
Brilliant and friendly service from Nathan - great pub, the food was excellent. I booked a table for 15 after a sad farewell to a family member at Horam Crematorium and a visit to the Six Bells really cheered us all up. Highly recommend!
We booked for a large party (50 people) for lunch. We waited over an hour before we got our drinks and two and a half hours to get our food! As they needed our tables for the next large party the staff took my plate...away even though I was still eating. No apology from staff for the awful service and they also added on an extra £10 on our drinks bill which they insisted was correct. It looks like they cater for large groups regularly so not sure why we received such a poor service. This is a lovely pub in a stunning location with great food. Sadly it’s one of the worst experiences of customer service I have experienced when eating out. We will certainly avoid next time we visit the area.More
Even with the Covid restrictions, the charm and character has remained in tact.
We visited today, and were greeted with a friendly smile, and shown to our table.
We had a few rounds of drinks and ordered enough food to feed the mass!
Nothing was...too much trouble from the staff, and they made us feel at home.
The food was exceptional, good portion size, delicious and very good value for money.
Do not hesitate go here for a meal, or even a drink, support the small local pubs.
A 5 star service with 5 star food.