We are a beautiful medieval Boutique Hotel & Country Dining Pub that loves its doggie visitors. We offer a Doggie Dinners Menu during food service hours alongside Paw Oil Ointment, doggie towel and treats for those that are staying with us. Your doggie companions are more than welcome to join in 4 of our 5 rooms including the superior room and are welcome to join you for all meals and drinks anywhere downstairs.
Our hotel is wheelchair accessible – downstairs only. No dedicated disabled toilet.
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Lynn Matheson3 months ago
Had a lovely Christmas meal here. I had prawn cocktail to start and then a turkey dinner. I had a creme brulee for dessert. It was very well executed and reasonably priced. Friendly service and good ambience. Recommended.
Pete & Linda Riley Palmera month ago
Only had lunch there. Food very good & varied menu which was interesting & everything the three of us ordered was good. The kerb appeal of the place could be improved I think. Faded plastic flowers don't attract passing folk & some small repairs to the grand entrance could really help to lift the look of the place. Once inside things were much better & well worth the visit.
Ken Shorrock4 months ago
Been here a number of times to eat and have a drink. Always friendly but I feel that the menu has taken a turn for the worse. I had the beef stew with a great lump of gristle and my wife’s meal was less than ideal. The standard of food and prices don’t seem to match.
Ian Houlder4 months ago
Old Inn and boutique hotel, centre of this historic village. Only visited for brunch after a 2.5 hr stroll around the network of footpaths in the area. Service was excellent foot satisfactory. Real ales available, muddy boots and dogs welcome.
Stephanie Fairhurst3 months ago
Lovely pub with a great atmosphere and friendly staff. Not given 5 stars as everything felt a little unorganised. We gave our orders for food and thought everything was okay until the waitress came back a while later to say she had forgotten one of our mains, but she was going to take it from another table so there shouldn't be too much of a wait. The food wasn't hot and the beef brisket was a bit dry. I'm also not too sure why they bothered to advertise the honey glazed carrots on the menu, as there were only three on the plate! When we asked for condiments, there was then a fair wait before we got them which isn't ideal when you just want to be eating. We ordered coffee at the end of the meal and they didn't supply us with any sugar, which is fairly standard when you have any hot drink. It's just little things really but these minor details are what make the difference between an efficient service and one that's only mediocre.