A quiet relaxed pub. Great food at supper. Good fast breakfast but please provide Marmite! Comfy rooms with good wifi. Lights flickered a bit and bed a bit soft. Great shower. All in all happily go back again.
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking
Great little rooms with excellent powerful showers and well appointed bathrooms. The attached pub style resturant ties in the visit nicely. Decent cooking for the most part with a well thought out menu, served in a cozy dining room
From the moment we got there the staff couldnt do enough for us. We were a group of 7 adults and 4 kids so that in itself is a challenge and they are our kids. They cooked up the kids dinner early and then we put them to bed. Baby monitors work a treat. They didnt supply cots but we were aware of that and the rooms were big enough to set up a cot. Starting off the rooms, all good sizes from what I saw. Showers were amazing. The food was also of a high standard. Good selection of wines, only 1 lager on tap, but plenty of beer. For the kids there was a courtyard out the back or a 2 min walk was an impressive park with all sorts of things to entertain the kids. Special thanks goes to the two guys behind the bar who stayed with us until the end!
The Inn is in a very pretty village with an honesty library in the now defunct red phone box. The Inn is very comfortable and the eclectic mix of chairs and tables adds to the ambience which is relaxed. Our room (S Lloyd Stacey) is upstairs in the Inn. It is small but the bed was very comfortable and the rain shower was fantastic. Noise from diners downstairs (and in the upstairs private dining room) could be heard clearly until after midnight. Not a problem for us and it was a Friday night so you would expect the place to be busy.
The service was efficient but not very friendly. Staff were polite but not really interested in the clientele. Noisy clattering of crockery and cutlery in preparation for table settings the following day was a bit distracting at the end of our meal.
The food was delicious. Really nice flavours for both starters (ham terrine and a crab dish).
Main courses of duck and partridge were great. Robust flavours and a good wine list.
Lovely pannacotta but my husband's cheese was a bit cold. If I was in the area again I would definitely go to eat.
After attending my friends daughters wedding here my self and my husband was so impressed that we came back to have a meal to celebrate our 10th wedding anniversary and what a great choice we made
The service was brilliant the staff made you feel so welcome had a nice drink in the bar area before our meal and that was fantastic i had the steak which i would recomend just melted in your mouth
I would recomend this venue to anyone you get first class service and first class food
Went here one rainy lunchtime. The tables were well presented and the room was cosy. The menu looked inviting, with a good range of choice. Not cheap for a lunchtime at about £13 - £17 per meal. Some of us had Ham, Duck Eggs and Chips which was reportedly very good. The others had the Fish platter. This was also very good. Fresh and tasty. The only problem was with the service. All seemed very good upon arrival but when we wanted to order our food, we waited and waited. Eventually we decided to go to the bar, but were told someone would come to the table, which they duly did. The waiter was quite brusque - saying "we don't do Skinny chips" when we ordered them. Once we'd pointed them out on the menu, he agreed that we could order them (and delicious they were too). On clearing our plates, he was quite rude when we tried to hand him one of the plates - "Put it down, I'll collect it in a minute". A bit unnecessary we thought, and a shame because the food was very good indeed. We'd probably go back, but if we experienced the same service, that would probably be the last time.