We stayed here several years ago and found it to be a charming hotel with lot's of character and great food. During a recent visit to Devon we decided to visit for lunch.
As we entered the hotel it looked tired, grubby and in need of some TLC (old decor, worn carpets etc), however this is often the case with older properties.
Once inside I went to order lunch only to be told that there was only baguettes or soup due to the kitchen being busy because they had a wedding. Parts of the hotel were also closed off for the wedding.
This is something that seems to happen more and more often, hotels take bookings for weddings which affects the service offered to other guests. The food that was on offer was ok but more of a snack than a meal. A shame really because this place is in a great location, they really need to be able to cater for weddings and other guests at the same time.More
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