There is a large agents sign above the front door inviting interest and applicants to take over this old pub.
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called in for something to eat on our way back home. Pub was a bit dated but when our food arrived it was superb. Good uncomplicated pub grub, well cooked, piping hot and plenty of it.
Really like this place. Always willing to give you a place. The food is lovely. I took a disabled guy there. We were well looked after. I had a Christmas dinner the others had roast. Good value for money. I can't understand why some folk...More
This pub was apparently frequented by my great grandfather. I'm guessing the road wasn't so busy in those days. It has a degree of olde worlde charm and very friendly and helpful staff. The food was excellent I had Cajun chicken and my guest had...More
Went in today on a charity walk with 12 people who were going to buy a round at approx £35...... its was 2.05 pm.. asked if we collect with our tins... he said, (barman/could be landlord but with his attitude would hope not! ) no...More
A lovely pub with friendly, welcoming staff. We visit here once a month and have a great meal for every member of the family. The menu caters for all appetites and the food is homemade and freshly cooked to order. Along with the dessert menu,...More
We walked from Saltram to the Morley Arms for lunch (nice 2 mile walk each way). Had a fantastic lunch. Large portions and lovely and hot. The décor is dated but we were more interested in having a good meal so we weren't disappointed. We...More
We popped by for a mid week visit as it's just round the corner from home. We were pleasantly surprised with the food and the warm welcome. Food was as a bit on the pricey side, but isn't a deal breaker. The dated and slightly...More
The Morley is our local, and we probably go once a month, and have done so for over five years. The food tastes home-made and is excellent value for money. Always made to feel welcome, such a pleasant change from the commercial pubs that populate...More