Called in at short notice on a Monday evening for dinner. Very quiet in the oak panelled dining room but busy in the bar. Quiet was what we wanted and we chose from a good pub grub reasonably priced menu which was delicious. The real fire in the bar was very enticing and I would gladly just go in for a glass of wine in front of the fire if I wasn't wanting a meal. The history of the hotel and its civil war skirmishes was a bonus.
Any minuses....only that the waitress didn't clear our extra glasses away and wasn't aware of the fact that we needed additional cutlery but hey merely a little niggle. The room rates were attractive too so I would also consider staying here just to eat breakfast in the oak panelled dining room.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking