Got a good deal on the internet £58 for two including breakfast. Bedroom was nicely decorated and large. A bit noisy as it was close to the road but comfy bed and obviously good value.
Thing to note is that it looks like there is a restaurant and we booked a table on our arrival. When it came time to be seated we were shown back to the bar area and not the nice dining area overlooking the countryside at the rear. We decided to wait for a table there which is what we thought we had booked. Food was really good. However, they were clearly under-staffed. When it came to ordering both myself and my wife’s choices were off the menu, would have been good if we had been told earlier. The receptionist who greeted us on arrival was taking orders, answering the phone, changing tables, serving - never seen someone appear in so many places at once. Heaven forbid if she would have phoned in sick the whole place would have ground to a halt. It didn’t lead to a particularly relaxing dining experience. At one point I got my own drinks from the bar just to give the poor girl one less thing to do. I think the point is that this is very much a good bar meals type of place with seating in different locations but not a restaurant. The menu was the same wherever you sat. I think if we had been told this on arrival, it would help to manage expectations.
Bar staff on the whole weren’t the most out-going people i’d come across. Overall the service was efficient though.
Downstairs there is a great games room, nice seating, couple of darts boards and a pool table. Great if you have kids.
Would I return? Probably and would definitely pop in for a bar meal sometime as we are fairly local and the food was great.
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