We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
Went for Lunch Saturday 02/12/17, the food drink and surroundings were all excellent.
It's a traditional pub doing an excellent job of being exactly that. Normal price beer, excellent value food.
That's all you need to know...
The rooms are beautiful set in the grounds of the pub. We ate there every day and night. The breakfasts were absolutely fantastic. The evening meals were huge portions and made from local food. They tasted wonderful. The owners and staff were very friendly and...More
I love this boozer. It is full of character and charm. In winter it is warm with welcoming fires. Always a friendly welcome from the locals. No music being piped through the pub so everyone talks. The world is put to rights. The food is...More
Room in converted stables - very comfortable and clean.nice bathroom. Usual tv tea and coffee. Overall location in quiet rural area. Prince of Wales is old inn serving good food (lunch and dinner) and selection of real ales.
What a lovely old restored country pub this is with lots of character and none of this modern rubbish that you see nearly everywhere. When I say restored I think think the restoration was started over 30 years ago.
There is a great selection of...More
No, I don't think they accept advance bookings here - we tried to book when we went in August for lunch, but they said no. If you turn up early (midday or soon after) you should get a table, although as it is half term week... More
No, I don't think they accept advance bookings here - we tried to book when we went in August for lunch, but they said no. If you turn up early (midday or soon after) you should get a table, although as it is half term week I suppose it could be a little busier than usual.
Are you sure you want to delete this answer?
"All rooms in converted stables courtyard. All quiet."