This country Inn is signposted just off the A1 and is well worth the extra couple of miles to enjoy good food at a very reasonable price. We stopped on a Sunday and had an excellent carvery meal. The staff were very welcoming and the food was certainly good enough to make us want to go back. It was very busy when we were there and that was probably the biggest downside: too popular!! But we understand why. Forget the services, have a little detour and some good food. They also do B&B, a bit too near to home for us to try but I imagine this would be equally as good.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A very traditional free house, loads of old fashioned charm. Our open fire is usually roaring and a one of the favourite spots to sit. Flag floors and beamed ceilings are everywhere. We have loads of history to tell you over a beer. All our rooms are ensuite and have flat screen TV. Etc. Full English breakfast is offered for an extra £5 per person and is all cooked fresh as you order it in the morning. As most of the customers say, a really relaxing friendly establishment. ... more less
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