A very good deal on the room, £30 for the night was cheap, although if you are asked for in excess of £45 go to a premier inn!
I have eaten in vintage inns before, and the standard is low, but this one failed even by the normal poor standards. Starter, "field mushrooms on walnut bread" consisted of three small mushrooms on very dry toast that shattered when pressed with the knife. Garnished with some wilted greenery and served barely tepid on a freezing cold plate, not good. The "thick loin of cod" was a bigger mystery. The "piece of cod that passeth all understanding " was more like it, consisting of two thin "sausages" of a fish like substance, this was NOT a thick loin, more like a couple of goujons!
My advice is the room is poor b&b standard and worth up to £45, eat elsewhere, but keep it cheap!More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking