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We enjoyed a tasty dinner here with our two young children. We were made to feel welcome and the food came very quickly preventing a long wait with the little ones. Cosy ambience too!
The Shanklin Pie was great, as was the Steak and Ale...More
Thought from reading reviews this place was dog friendly but before my husband could even enter the premises to enquire we were greeted by a man who made the position very clear that dogs are not permitted anywhere in the building.
Dog friendly it isn't,...More
I was charged £12.00 for a baked potato.... :/
Very generous ice creams which were delicious and good selection of teas. On the whole it was good. Very popular with the locals. The sticky toffee pudding was delicious. One of the best I've had.
Staying in Shanklin for the weekend and we were looking for somewhere for dinner.
We strolled into Shanklin and came upon this quaint cottage.
Great menu selection, friendly and unobtrusive staff.
Music was good and not loud, relaxed atmosphere and delicious food.
I recommend the...More
Whilst away for a few days, thought we would pop in for a meal.
Honestly it was amazing, the food was fresh and very tasty and service was out of this world.
Definitely give this establishment 10 out of 10.
Lovely food served in lovely...More
We called in for lunch last week and were pleasantly surprised with the generous portions. I had a ploughmans and some delicious home made scones afterwards. There was about a half pound of freshly sliced gammon and 2 large portions of cheese and pickles and...More
Me and my friend were explored shanklin old village when we stopped at the cute little cottage for some cream tea.... and we were amazed! I never had such a delicious scones in my life! Adorably shaped and presented! as the weather was lovely we...More