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Welcome to the Greyhound We are a beautiful Country Pub and Restaurant situated in the lovely village of Lower Penn. We aim to provide great food and drink, great service and a great time! We have a good selection of wines and spirits from around the world. We have four Real Ales available, including Enville Ale and Hobson's Town Crier. We also have four different lagers including international premium favourites such as Peroni and San Miguel. Cider drinkers are well catered for too, with Thatchers Gold always on tap. There is a large 'Sun Trap' patio and a beautiful garden area for you to enjoy. In good weather it is perfect for outdoor dining.
Great home-made menu options. I had home-made faggots (delicious) and I asked to exchange the mash for any vegetable, I got three! This place exceeded my expectations, the staff were courteous, well-trained & extremely helpful. And the beer, Wye Valley Bitter, got top marks from...More
I just love this atmosphetic well run pub/restaurant. Not too far from my house (2 miles) a great walk up the hill and back again, superb food, wonderful atmosphere whatever the day, whether it be a romantic corner, a Saturday quickie or a Sunday roast....More
Good service plenty of fresh vegtables with the meal and the roast sirloin of beef had a lovely taste but needed a sharper knife to cut through it .All the staff were very pleasant .The red velvet cheesecake was lovely .
Visited this weekend for birthday celebration. Although the service is great and attentive, the same care isn’t extended to the food.
Ordered starters and mains. I chose the Bacon & WALNUT salad for main which, according to the menu, should’ve been served with beetroot, walnuts...More
Really disappointed this time. We've been several times in the past but tonight was very poor.
We were not seated until half an hour after our table booking time(2nd sitting on Saturday night).
Our time waiting in the bar wasn't pleasant due to a rowdy...More
Had been to the spa with my daughter in law , we decided to have a quick lunch ! We went to the greyhound . I can honestly say it was fabulous .. I had the beer battery fish and chips and mushy peas ,,...More
Three of us went to the Greyhound for lunch following some good reviews from friends. I must say we were disappointed! I ordered the Thai cooked sea bass, which was lacking the sweet, sour, hot that you would normally expect. The sea bass was well...More
We visited the Greyhound for a quick meal for the four of us. Although it is only a mile away we don’t visit often enough! We have been missing a gem, we ate off the two for £14 which has a great choice and the...More