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Having read a very positive review in a national magazine, we came to this hotel in a National Trust village for 2 nights of rest and relaxation. We stayed in Room 1 which unfortunately overlooks the neighbour's back door and outdoor area. On the first...More
The bedroom was fine, and we enjoyed a good lunch in the very pleasant garden.
It is a splendid late mediaeval building, listed, and owned by the National Trust. But there lies a real drawback: one of my male guests is confined to a wheel-chair....More
We were a large party, so had a variety of food including childrens menu. The portion size for children was inbalanced, either a big plateful of pasta (which I would have struggled to eat) or too small, My grandson had sausages, which came with 2...More
We stayed at the Inn last week. The building and our room was lovely. I have never stayed anywhere quite so old. The uneven floors and stone walls so quaint. Just loved it. A slight disappointment with our evening meal. The scallop and savoury cheesecake...More
Came for Sunday lunch after reading all of the amazing reviews, the wine, starters and dessert were wonderful but our roast dinner itself was very average. The roast potatoes were inedible they were very chewy and hard to cut. I ordered the pork belly and...More
A 15th Century coaching inn that encompasses the key elements of a traditional Inn - to provide great tasting food and drink in front of large open fires with warm, homely rooms for those staying overnight.
Number of rooms
US$142 - US$184 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)