Came here because of the reviews. A little disappointed. The rooms are comfortable although a little what I call igglety pigglety we had two blocks of wood as bedside tables. The view was nice from our room in room three. We decided to stop here because we wanted to eat and have few drinks to relax after a week of work. The food I thought was ok at best. For a pub in the middle of the country the vegetables on offer with our meal was some spring greens. Also the salads were green nothing else. The steak my wife had was dissapointing with a mug of chips, 8 ounce steak and small pile of off green leaves all this for 16£ I had the rabbit pie which was better but I felt as though it had been done in a micro wave not crisp and flaky. Sorry but it felt as though the supplies had run out on a Friday, unacceptable. Also run out of beef burgers, pavlova and of course salads. The staff were all nice and pleasant just need to up their game on the food.
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- A beautiful Victorian building with Gothic features lovingly restored in the last year. Our guest rooms have a chic air with modest design flair coupled with the beautiful country surroundings with views across the stunning Somerset fields. A real treat for business and leisure guests to get away from city center hotels and hustle. ... more less
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