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Nice pub with ok drink prices and fast service but my meal was extremely overpriced at £11.95 for what was clearly an old microwaved roast. Potatoes tasted very old, beef was slimey, there was a mysterious orange mush of what I think was trying to...More
I took my kids here and ordered two bowls of ice cream whilst I enjoyed s beer in the sun. It took 30 mins to serve us and with two kids you can imagine what that is like. When I asked the attitude of the...More
It's been a few years since we last ate here, and will be a few years before we bother again, it's a great location but the food is not good and expensive for what it is, I had brie and broccoli en croute which was...More
We returned to The Weir having lived in Walton 13 years ago - we had a quick trip to England and our last night was staying near Heathrow so we drove back to Walton for our last UK dinner. It was a really pleasant experience...More
US$115 - US$122 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I would really just say to you all what a lovely stay we had on July 3rd ( booked by Jonny Allen)- not sure how to use trip advisor yet but found myself insensed by this man making horrible comments!! Very unjust!
5 July 2015|
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Response from C T | Reviewed this property |
Glad you had an agreeable stay but don't really follow your question.
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"i didn't stay overnight but i guess one overlooking the river"