We stayed here for 3 nights. It is a lovely venue with superb food. Our room was an out-building in the garden so it was perfect for the dog.
Dogs are welcome with a £7/night fee, can enter pub/bar but not restaurant.
There is a bit of history to the pub, those with an interest in WWII
air warfare will love to stay here.
It was quite expensive for what it was, though. For £160/night/couple I think we would have preferred dinner to be included.
The sound-proofing between the two rooms of the out-building could be improved.
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