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Coach & Horses Inn
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Reviewed 17 July 2013

After being told that we must check in between 12-2.30 or after 6 we arrived at 1 to be told our room wasn't ready. The Landlady said it wouldn't be readyuntil after 2 as she was on her own & had to work in the kitchen. Finally we were allowed to leave our luggage in our room & given keys, I dont know if the fact we didn't want a drink or food while we waited upset her but her attitude was very unwelcoming. We went out to see the area which is very beautiful & peaceful. That evening when we were about to go out we couldn't open the room door the catch had jammed, fortunately the couple in the next room were out on the shared balcony so we were able to ask them to use our keys to unlock us. When we informed the Landlady she said "oh that sometimes happens" we would have thought if this had happened before it should have been fixed. We were told if it happened again to come down the back way (fire escape .thebreakfasts 'were very well done' by that I mean sausage,fried bread &fried egg hard the bacon was grilled & crispy but fine. If you are looking for a comfortable room with a friendly room this is not the place to find it. If we were paying the normal tariff we would have complained & not stayed a second night but we had a KGB voucher so had a cheap couple of nights. On the second day our room wasn't serviced at all,again I don't know if this is normal or because we were on a cheap deal but surely to advertise these offers you must want the custom & satisfactory reconmandations. If you are in this part of the country please visit the other Coach & Horses a mile down the road the food is superb,service great & the Landlady welcoming & charming the evening spent at this pub was the highlight of our weekend along with the scenery.

Room Tip: the pub only has one twin & one double en-suite both have a noisy generater on the roof just below.
  • Stayed: July 2013, travelled with family
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4  Thank suez13_12
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Reviewed 10 July 2013

My husband and I checked in on a Saturday night for a two night stay. Please note the Inn doesnt have a car park but you can always find somewhere to park - quiet village.
We were warmly welcomed and shown to our room which was the double - the other room is a twin.
Quite small but compact with a ensuite shower. Fire exit out onto a small balcony. Tea/coffee making facilities in the room plus toiletries in the bathroom.
We decided to eat there on the Saturday which was no problem and had drinks first in the front garden overlooking the church - lovely hot afternoon and had a nice walk around the village before dinner.
Typical pub grub on offer and reasonably priced.
Breakfast on both mornings was plentiful and very tasty - full English plus orange juice and cereal.
The bed was very comfortable and we slept well all apart from the noisy air con unit on the flat roof below - bearing in mind it was 28-30 degrees both days we were there, had to sleep with the fire door open otherwise I dont think you would hear this.
We have no problems with dogs but just be aware that there is a large and small dog in the pub. Both very friendly.
We met both the tenant and the manager - mother and daughter - both made us feel very welcome and very friendly.
We would have no hesitation recommending this Inn and returning for another two night stay.
If you have walking difficulties this may not be the Inn for you as quite steep stairs up two flights to get to the bedrooms.

Room Tip: There are only two rooms - one double and one twin - I believe they are the same size with same ensuite.
  • Stayed: July 2013, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank LAD63
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Reviewed 23 June 2013

I visited on a KGB voucher. I have mobility problems and as their 2 rooms are up winding stairs I was unable to stay. To be fair I cannot comment on the rooms or food, which well be fine.
Just to advise intending visitors that the room access not really suitable for elderly infirm or mobility impared people. Also note tat there is no car park, but this is a small village and parking outside shouldn't be a problem. The girl who greeted us was most pleasant and helpful.

  • Stayed: June 2013, travelled as a couple
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Thank Barry B
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Reviewed 17 June 2013

We found this place on an offer from KGB. We arrived in the pub bar at lunchtime on fathers day to find a very busy place and busy staff. I expected that we would be asked to come back later as I thought we were early for checking in but we were shown to our rooms with a smile.
The double room was compact but perfectly formed with everything that you would need, it was well decorated and very clean and the bed was just wonderful, better than mine at home. The pub does not do evening meals on Sunday but they offered to prepare a Sunday Lunch for us to eat later in the evening and it was excellent.
Breakfast was good and I was sorry that we had to leave. I'm sure we will stay there again.
The village was very quaint with the Heart of England Way running straight through and plenty of other footpaths if you are into walking.
The only downfall, if you could call it that, is that there is not a car park but there is was adequate on road parking when we arrived on a busy Sunday afternoon.

Room Tip: as far as I know there are only two rooms, a double and a twin. We had the double and it was very good.
  • Stayed: June 2013, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank davidsage
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Reviewed 10 June 2013

Long borough is the most delightful viiiage with one shop/post office/cafe/,one church and most important one pub The Coach and Horses.You will love this genuine English pub,as soon as you walk in you can see the lovely big stone fireplace and the flagged floor,just a really welcoming area.
You are welcomed by the young very attractive Landlady,who is working so hard to make her pub a real success.I have rarly seen anyone work so hard,she must have cooked at least 14 meals for some visiting opera singers and run the bar single handed one night ,amazing!11111
The pub is spotless downstairs and the rooms are simple and immaculate,you will have a great stay with Anna at the Coach and Horses.

  • Stayed: June 2013, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank 241MaggieH
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