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All reviews the pub converted stables family room pretty village main building next morning cooked breakfast stayed for one night comfy bed nice room overnight stay evening meal channel tunnel good nights sleep full english breakfast plenty of parking accommodation
This place is FANTASTIC stayed for 2 nights. The hospitality shown us was truly outstanding....as is the standard of the rooms. We eat both nights in the restaurant....beautiful food...loved it
We didn't have breakfast ,due to having to leave very early in morning but I...More
Nice friendly helpful staff and enjoyed a comfortable stay. Fabulous breakfast and excellent choices available. Lovely location for a private stay and a nice evening menu. We will definitely be back to stay.
Room 12, superb. Beautiful room, tea and coffee making, very comfortable bed, super bathroom for me with walk in shower. Food is great and very reasonably priced. But the icing on the cake was Nathan, who was absolutely lovely and welcoming.
A slice of life, exceptional food, my aunts choice in a 17th century coach house with rooms to rent ! Went back twice, got there by double-decker the second time. A quiet village as a base to explore a england that is being lost .
We arrived shortly after lunch and got a very nice room in the adjacent old building, room No. 9
Nicely decorated, tea and coffee making machine, hair-dryer and bath-tub - everything you need!
We slept very well until the early shift arrived and parked their...More