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All reviewsthe pubone night staysteep hillconverted stablesbeer gardenseparate buildingbedding and towelsstable blockpleasant stayshort breakbase for exploringcomfy bedfor sunday lunchwalk into townfamily roomcooked freshfull english
My husband and I had a lovely a 2 night stay here cosy clean room very friendly staff (they even took time out to help us find accommodation elsewhere as they were fully booked for us to stay longer) would definitely return again and highly...More
We stayed for 3 nights , one night in a family room which has a bath and shower .Main bedroom and a separate one for children. Nice touch were some toys and games for the kids. The other two nights in a smaller but very...More
Stayed here for one night in a comfortable spacious room . Child friendly garden with play equipment and view over hills .
Can’t comment on the food , as staff in pub were rude and dismissive ,totally ignorant to the concept of hospitality.
We sat out in the garden with our drinks, our room was clean and tidy in the old stables. The staff were friendly, as were the locals. It was easy to walk into town although a steep hill coming back the first night, so we...More
After a very rude welcome, the manager in the bar didn’t even lift his head we were told we must eat between 5 and 6 as fully booked for meals, we did this, food was not too bad , as it turns out it was...More
Response from drewrevell | Reviewed this property |
I'm not really sure. The accommodation is provided in a building separate from the pub, so it's not that noisy. Obviously, if you go there at the weekends, it might be noisy up to midnight or so, but I couldn't tell. Might... More
I'm not really sure. The accommodation is provided in a building separate from the pub, so it's not that noisy. Obviously, if you go there at the weekends, it might be noisy up to midnight or so, but I couldn't tell. Might be best to just contact the place directly and inquire with them.