Dave seems all right but simple questions like "Can we have some breakfast please?" resulted in threats of instant dismissal of staff.
Staff robot had failed in his prime objective to service us with instructions of tent volume and location procedure, a simple explanation that there is a public thoroughfare would suffice, we were not told that anything bigger than a 2-man tent is not allowed due to council restrictions.
Two local patrons then rejoiced in commenting on our tent erection capacities, then proceeded to "....go and tell Dave....."
Next malfunction of the staff robot was the customer cider enjoyment function. When asked what cider you have for sale (bearing in mind this is HEREFORDSHIRE..!!!!!!!!) We were serviced with the error message. " We have Strongbow on Tap".......?
After rebooting the service droid offered the correct choice of local cider, which although suggesting it would be too dry for our tastes, was exemplary....
Breakfast was quite nice actually, a well established family business circa 1929, (the local Wiltion BP garage) where they had a range of hot baguettes cooked before our very eyes, (thanks to Dave and his re-direction.)
Unfortunately the pub-bot had not issued us with breakfast protocol (apparently you have to order the night before, also a fire-able offence, for the service droid apparently!)
This is pretty much the only place to stay in Ross with a canoe, meaning you WILL stay here, whatever anyone writes on this board. So all we a are asking is can we be told at point of contact the perfectly reasonable rules of your establishment and not have to feel bad for the staff if they are to be fired the following day, Dave this is ultimatley your responsibility, no?
P.S. We like your Golden Retriever named Bailey, my sister had a dream once that I owned a Golden Retriever called Hillary, please would you rename the dog as compensation. By the way, she seemed to really want one of the Wilton Garage Baguettes
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- The White Lion Ross-On-Wye, Herefordshire