Well what can we say, we have lived just 12-14 minutes away since 1980 and just discovered this fantastic 14th/15th century Inn, well to be honest more of a fantastic 21st century restaurant.
First visit this summer, daughter, son-in-law and three children were camping just down the road, wife wanted to visit Grandkids . . . weather not to good and I did not want to be wrapping up beside camp fire, so suggested we take them out to Sunday lunch . . . what a decision, Stuart managed to fit us in, that's me, the wife, daughter and husband and three ragga-muffin camping children all welcomed and looked after in fine style by Stuart and catered for by Jan in fine style.
So much enjoyed decided to take eldest daughter and hubby and kids out for Sunday Lunch on their 25th Wedding Anni. Family Party of 13 in all. again fanatastic greeting and fantastic food but not least of all the table laid for 14 just in case one of our family was superstitious . . that's class . . . but even better the 14th seat was occupied by a huge Teddy which was well appreciated by the Grandkids. . . So wife Barbara's (Boss) birthday arrived this month (15th Nov) and I said we should go to The Kings House for dinner to celebrate . . . here we are in the evening and again it was great both greeting, service and cuisine, so like it or not Jan and Stuart, we will be back . . . Thanks, Les and Barbara
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