We stopped at the pub two weeks ago on a Sunday, charming place. Many people were arriving and ordering food and we thought we would try. Last Sunday, we went there for lunch. The restaurant side was very cold and we had to eat with our coats on. We ordered lamb, it arrived on very very hot plate, thin slices far too cooked and as for the «vegetable of the day», they were from a frozen bag and not good quality. So, no idea where the lamb came from (so thin slices...) and certainly not roast there and certainly cooked the day before. It was like eating in a poor cantine...for £9,75, far far too much. We couldn't finish our plates. When asked if I liked the food, I said that I didn't enjoy it at all. The response was « sorry about that!» and nothing else. We didn't want to complain further but they have lost customers. We went back home angry and hungry.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Early 15th century coaching house offering en suite accomadation. Some of the origional low oak beams can still be seen in the bar and restaurant, along with memorabilia from throughout the ages displayed on the walls, including many antiquties. Also offers a large garden and patio area with outside seating. ... more less