Out for a day in the country, with a visit to a national trust house, lovely walk and finishing up at the Bull Inn for Sunday lunch. Jack my husband had done his research and the Bull Inn appeared to be the best place to eat around. The restaurant area was full, and we learned they get booked weeks in advance. They were happy to serve us in the bar if we could find a table, which we did.
We really enjoyed our roast lunch and could see why the pub was so popular. At the end of the day I realised that I had left my iPhone somewhere, but not sure where. We retraced our footsteps but no luck. Then I phoned all the places we had been that day. When I phoned the Bull Inn they were both sympathetic and helpful. Unlike a couple of other places I had phoned the woman asked me for my contact details should the phone show up. It was later found in the car park and they phoned me straight away. When I tried to offer money to the young who handed it over he refused it.
The pub had the feel of a place run by a family that took great pride in it. We had a lovely meal, was thrilled to get my phone back and will definitely be going back.
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