Great venue for holidaymakers with pooches. 4 legged friends welcomed whole-heartedly. Periodically a waitress wanders around with a few biscuits for each dog. Now don't let me mislead you into thinking this is a glorified dogs world. There are two bars each with a good selection of real ales- some of which are brewed on the premises. There is an extensive food menu with a good number of additional "blackboard specials". We called in three times during our week's holiday and on one particulate occasion fancied the salad but couldn't choose between the cheese or ham, the very helpful bar an ensured that I got a half and half. I must say that the presentation was a delight, almost too pretty to eat. What a delight. Children are welcome here also although not in the immediate bar area and dogs are not allowed in one of the bars. I believe there are also 8 letting bedrooms. a couple we met in the bar said they were very happy with their accommodation and would certainly come back. We didn't come across the Watermill Inn by chance, we too came by recommendation and we are so glad someone told us about it!
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