Stayed here for two nights and thoroughly enjoyed it. For £30 a night single, I had a clean, comfortable double-bed room and a big hearty breakfast. OK, the furnishings were dated (how often do you find a wardrobe with a shelf marked "collars"?) and the bathroom was across the corridor but that is part of the atmosphere of a cheap stay in an old country pub for me. If I want pristine but soulless I'll stay in a Premier Inn (which I do and recommend)
The location is perfect, right in the centre of this fascinating, historic village. Its own car park is a boon and I had my evening meal there each night. The fish & chips was so good, I had it both nights, washed down with excellent local ales, recommend the Tiffin Gold and Monumental.
All staff were cheerful, helpful and efficient.
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