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Today seen Friend Maggie she's great thanks Maggie for serving Bella and I and for booking my table for two on Friday your a good worker see you soon and all is I can't wait either to go in 5 days before my birthday as...More
We stayed at The Bear Inn last weekend and along with our wedding party we occupied most of the rooms. Nothing was too much trouble for Kaylea, Maggie and the other staff from the moment that we arrived (and even before hand). They truly went...More
We stayed in one of the large cottage rooms. The room was spacious and the bed was very comfy but the room itself was very dated and musky smelling. Ive stayed in much better places for the £100 a night we were charged. Staff were...More
We stayed here for one night in a family room the room wash very spacious for a family of four and was clean and tidy beds were comfy too my only criticism of the room we stayed in would be that the decor is very...More
Stayed for a couple of nights in July. Ate in the pub both nights. Food was well cooked and tasty. Car park is chargeable depending on your spend in the pub but id free for people staying in the hotel overnight. Staff very helpful, Hayley...More
There is 3 different building in the hotel, all 3 have stairs and there all steep, but there are rooms down stairs in 2 of the buildings. You would need to ring and explain the situation. The shower is in the bathtub.
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"Do NOT use room 15!!! Very noisey windows do not lock central heating on perminantly"