Visited twice over a weekend in Oct. once for lunch once for evening meal. Fairly quiet both times but then it's October... food was tasty, steak was very good! Guinness was great. Staff were very nice and the dogs were too!
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After a hard day's walking in the local countryside the Slater's Arms is ideal for a good meal. The menu is varied so there's bound to be something to suit everyone. We enjoyed garlic chilli chicken and a burger with chips (and sticky toffee pudding...More
We had dinner and beers here after a 35 mile off road bike ride. Prawn cocktail followed by sirloin steak times 4 please. Then a cheeky wee apple pie for afters. Good quality and reasonably priced. After dinner, we went through to the bar and...More
After a very long day traveling, we just wanted to relax and eat ..Was shocked to be asked had we booked when the place was empty.. The owner seem not to like tourist But the steak pie i had was lovely. place could do with...More
This pub possibly doesn't get the same attention as the Tomich Hotel down the road, but we'd highly recommend it for hearty, tasty food in a relaxed environment. The people who run the pub were really helpful and accompanied by some lovely, laid-back spaniels, and...More
Stopped for a break whilst out for an exploration of the countryside. Served by a female member of staff whose manner was extremely curt and we appeared to be less than welcome. Did not enquire about food as we thought that given the reception we...More
After a 9 hour journey we just wanted to eat somewhere close to the cottage we were staying at. We decided to try here. I rang to book a table for 6 pm. We arrived and was shown to our table, we were the only...More
Ate here twice scampi was lovely and I mean proper scampi,had it twice it was so nice hubby had a chicken jalfrezi and rice and another night he had chicken vindoloo and rice which he really enjoyed,found the staff very welcoming and friendly,and it's very...More
We stayed in one of the cabins which are equipped with everything you need! Fresh milk, tea, coffee and biscuits and some pigs ears for the dog on arrival. The cabins are spotless! This was our second visit. We ate in the pub every night....More
The inn is a true home for the walkers, when you get in knackered from the hills, you always get a friendly drink and food ...