The staff/owners failed to introduce themselves but were very polite and accommodating. The room was nice but freezing even with the heating on full! Beautiful period bay window which was so drafty! There was thick cobwebs around the ceiling and my friend had to get on the table to remove the dead spider for me but the rest was clean. Unfortunately we were in the twin room at the top of the stairs and the kitchen was at the bottom so it very noisey. The pub was heaving with punters which meant that it was extremely loud and there was no chance of an early night after a busy day. Our beds were either side of the covered fireplace in our room. The fireplace rattled all night due to the weather which kept us awake. We had dinner at the pub and could not converse over the table as we just could not hear each other over the noise. The food was average and there was a 'specials' board. Breakfast was great though. Good choice of food beautifully layed out and a 'full' English which was a grilled tomato, mushroom, one sausage, one egg and bacon. I would liked to have seen baked beans with it. The young man that has only been working there a week or so is clearly an asset to the Inn as he was polite, friendly, helpful and considerate. I would not stay overnight in the pub again but it was so charming and the staff were wonderful so I would happily drink there if I was in the area!
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