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All reviewsoverlooking the riversunday carveryvalentines weekendpublic car parkstaff could not have been moreold buildingsandwichlovely hotelfirst classstayed here for one nightexcellent foodwell worth a visitexcellent value for moneylovely viewsmoked salmonfollowing morningbeautiful village
We had a lovely 2 night stay at the Riverside, friendly helpful staff, nice rooms and overall decor. The food really sets this place apart, absolutely fantastic and breakfast is generous. Very good value for the money, we will be back in the summer!
Room was clean and spacious, bed very comfortable, shower/soap/conditioner not replaced which meant no shower 2nd day.
Breakfast was very good, freshly cooked, hot and presented by great staff. The location is excellent, right in the center of a little gem. The evening meal/ dinner...More
We stayed at the Riverside for a couple of nights and booked a table for the first night. The meal we had was delicious, well presented and of a decent size portion. Shame they only serve evening meals on a Friday and Saturday in winter....More
We chose room 2, which is large and has wonderful views towards the harbour and the sea. We ate in twice and the food was good and the atmosphere excellent. Parking is in the main car park, which was no problem for us as we...More
We arrived at the hotel in a downpour of biblical proportions, mini hurricane and howling gale. Car park 500 yards from property so obviously we’re a trifle stressed when entering reception. The young ladies first words were “you can’t book in yet it’s not 4.00pm...More
The Riverside Restaurant yes it has disabled access . The accommodation unfortunately not. It's a 16 th century building with 2 floors of windy narrow stairs for which we are unable to fit a lift in due to it being... More
The Riverside Restaurant yes it has disabled access . The accommodation unfortunately not. It's a 16 th century building with 2 floors of windy narrow stairs for which we are unable to fit a lift in due to it being a listed building