Most unusual,managed to sit outside in February.We had a light lunch which was very good,but the drinks are pricey.
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nice place to stop whilest crossing the moors. worth a visit. nice to sit by the tarr steps and paddle in the river
Called in at lunch time in the week after a hour long walk on a sunny day in February met with a friendly service and ordered a burger which was delicious very good standard food and overlooking the Tarr steps which made the whole experience...More
Good country food to a high standard including local game. Very reasonably priced at two courses ( with a drink each) at £72. It's down a long country road from the A391.DO NOT try to ford the river without 4x4 if you find yourself on...More
Our regular dining group met again at Tarr Farm, this time for the seafood night. I only review when I believe there is something important to say and that is the case on this occasion. Five courses for £35 is excellent value and the wines...More
Beautifully decorated pub. Me and my friend had burgers which were absolutely delicious. However if you have an allergy beware, our other friend who has a nut allergy had ordered the goats cheese and Mediterranean vegetable focaccia, that was the description, it came, she bit...More
We'd had a lovely walk along the Barle and across the delightful old bridge at Tarr Steps and thought we'd have a nice cup of tea and something to eat. On asking for a pot of tea and some cake, we were told that they...More
Attractive pub/hotel, had afternoon tea! Scones very stale would have not been out of place in construction of Tarr Steps! Complained and young waitress just gave us more of same, expensive
Stopped for a drink and a sandwich after our walk, very tasty and fresh. The menu looked varied but we only wanted a snack. Sat in the garden over looking the steps.