This is actually a Fayre and Square pub with a wacky Warehouse attached. We were staying at the Premier Inn and had our evening meal and breakfast here.
I had the Sunday Roast and a large glass of wine, my daughter had the sausage children's meal in total it cost just £15.00 so good pricing but the meal was very dry - |I had to ask for extra gravy to try and moisten it up but I still ended up leaving most of it. They do have a policy to change any meal you are not happy with - speak up straight away - because I only explained as the end what the problem was I was told I should have stated so at the beginning.
Breakfast was better. All the cereals, fruit, bread etc you help yourself to, but you order you hot breakfast - now this is a 'premier' breakfast so you should be able to eat as much as you like but I think it puts you off having to give an order for a very large breakfast - and are you allowed to order two? I wasn't brave enough to find out.
Beware of the toaster it just lightly browns your bread and then when you put it through again - it caught on fire! Staff in the morning were very friendly - not so much at the nighttime.
For families there is a nice out door play area and the attached wacky warehouse - but it is the smallest Wacky I have seen.
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