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40% would recommend it to a friend
Very nice pub hotel in a very nice village
Very nice pub in a very nice village.
Staff always friendly and helpful, if a little quirky. Rooms very comfortable and well equipped. Our first room (#16) decorated in period style was very quaint and lovely but too noisy because the extraction unit was next to the window, which had to be open to cool the room. Without any fuss we were quickly allocated another room which was quiet more roomy and nicely furnished, although more contemporary. Altogether, a very pleasant stay.
Will be nice when refurbish finished
Nice old thatched building with good food.
Was in the middle of refurbishment when we went. Would go again.
Steady away but over priced for what is was
Stayed here for a Friday and Saturday night and stayed in the courtyard rooms.
Bedroom was ok but nothing to write home about, small in size which we wasn't too bothered with
Felt this hotel was overpriced really for what it was, had awful nights sleep due to the bed being unbelievably creaky even when just turning over. Even the guest next door could hear this. Also people live above these rooms and could hear someones dog barking and tumble drier working which was a bit of a pain. The hotel service I thought was ok, not many smiles but the best bit about the stay was the food, the evening meal there and the breakfast we thought was lovely quality.
Overall a nice situated hotel but wouldn't stay here again if heading back to castle Cary.
In my opinion, the worst place to stay in Dorset!
Overall ratings marred by a very noisy wedding party who partied until 4 a.m before moving on to somewhere else.When we were booking out we were asked about our stay and this was mentioned, The lady concerned gave the impression that no-one should complain about it.
Then she proceeded to over charge us by £138 muddling our bill with someone else's. Not a 'beer garden' as advertised, more like a few chairs in a car park. Ladies toilets downstairs gave the outside impression of being something special, marred completely by the lack of toilet seat upon arrival. I could go on!