This is a great old pub. Big portions especially the pies, our vegetables were very over cooked. Very good service.
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A busy Sunday lunchtime but the staff where efficient and charming and the food was very good this will be the carvery of choice for the foreseeable future.
The trouble with reviews is that they are merely a transient snapshot, what is good this month may not last beyond the next. However when dropped into The Crown in Marnhull, it was definitely a good day, the welcome was genuine and the pub itself...More
We recently stayed nearby for our honeymoon & stumbled upon this beautiful country pub.... The food is amazing, the staff are very friendly & helpful. I would highly recommend coming here for food, especially for the Sunday carvery
We stayed a night here, so sampled evening meal and breakfast. Both very good. Nothing fancy, and suspect the chicken was not home made, but the steak was lovely and the chips were gorgeous. Service was very helpful, and friendly. Breakfast was plentiful, to say...More
This place has always been good and I don't think I've ever had a bad meal there. In the last few weeks I've had Sunday dinner there (in the evening too, very handy) and their excellent community breakfast which they do about once a month....More
This is a real country pub. It's full of locals (including dogs) yet the dining area is handled with professionalism, Great extensive menu and loads of tasty specials. Food was great - although far too many chips. Service lovely and overall, a lovely cosy ambience....More
In the 16 years we have known and loved this wonderful place, tenants have come and gone. The present incumbents seem to put commercial success before customer service, and have made changes which do nothing to preserve the character of what is one of the...More
Popped in for lunch with friends, I love this oldie worldie pub with oodles of character and history, the fairy lights are a lovely touch, the food was great, plenty of choice on the menu, we had the light Bite size, which was rather larger...More