This is a review of the pub only. We visited one Sunday a couple of weeks ago for a late breakfast before driving home to England.
If you are disabled don't be put off by the steps at the front. There is a free car park at the rear and wheelchair access into the pub at the side. There is plenty of room inside to allow for a wheelchair to move about fairly freely.
As for the grub, it is typical Wetherspoons fayre; you can tell Raymond Blanc isn't the head chef but it is cheap, tasty and filling! At just over fifteen quid for two large breakfasts for me and the missus and Eggs Benedict for the lad, all with hot drinks, it was good value.
If in the area again we would very likely eat here again. I doubt we would stay at the hotel though because I don't think it is disabled friendly.
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