I have been to the Inn at Freshford many times over the years since I was a student in Bath in 1986. Lovely village, the Inn itself is a lovely old stone building and while pleasant inside it is more of the traditional village pub than a `gastropub`, which is refreshing. Pretty garden, lovely views. OK for a drink, OK for lunch. Our last few visits have been underwhelming on the service and food front but after last night I will not be going again. Slow lacklustre service, poor choice of food (`pub classics` and nothing remotely appealing or healthy.) One of the dishes we ordered was beyond awful last night and all the rest was deep fried and nasty. Puddings looked nice enough but at £5.95 each added considerably to the cost of the meal for 5. Not recommended, sadly.
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