Visited whilst camping in Croyde, friends had traveled down from Bristol for the day and after an afternoon on the beach we decided to visit the manaor for Tea.
Book a table over the phone on a poor line. As we were driving back to croyde Pub called, we feared the worst that they couldn't fit us in, in fact they were just checking if we needed High Chair, as he had struggled to hear our requirements.
On arrving the layout of the bar and pub was nice and homely considering it size. we got our drinks a wide selection of Ales and Lagers both national, intentional and local and ventured outside to browse the menu, whilst the Kids played on a great outdoor play area.
As well as the long term menu there was a wide selection of specials, we made our choices and ordered, we were able to stay out side and the wiating staff called us when our starters where ready.
All the food was well presented and arrived in a timely fashion, Puddings were had by all and again a good selection was on offer.
Also the whole menu had many Gluten Free options.
The pub was busy at our time of visiting and staff seemed to have no trouble in helping us throughout our stay. we left around 8 and I did notice that people had begun to wait for tables etc.
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