95% would recommend it to a friend
Beautiful traditional inn
Beautiful inn in quiet village with amazing views over Somerset.
We only stayed 1 night. The staff were friendly and very helpful. The food was lovely. Our room was clean and quite large with ensuite. The only negatives were the bed was very soft and the hot water was extremely hot. Other than that we really pleasant stay and I would consider booking again.
A mixed bag...
This inn was in a lovely location with super looking garden and comfy interior…great skittle alley.
The room was cosy with a lovely view - great shower…mattress not that good however everything else was great. The welcome was not that effusive and the evening service was awful…we had to wait a long time between courses, were ignored for puddings and had to order our own from the bar…the lady we assumed was the landlady was cold, a wee bit intimidating and shrugged serving us without a word…the young waiter was very pleasant. Then we came to breakfast in the morning and it was all change…a quite different atmosphere…smiley faces, lovely service, laughter and lightness…this even made the food taste better. The breakfast was plentiful, tasty and well served…we had a long breakfast and were welcomed to stay on a while as it was such awful weather outside. SO I hope the management team take note of this review and review the team they leave in charge when they are not around themselves….because it matters!
Had a wonderful stay in lovely airy room overlooking sunny garden.
The staff were very friendly, the food was great and the whole atmosphere was delightful. A joy.
Stayed here on the way back from Cornwall.
All the staff were helpful and welcoming. Defiantly a place of character, clean and great food.
Really nice staff, good food and room perfectly nice.
We'd stay again.
The room was clean ,cosy and up some wonky stairs ,but you whould expect that of an old property of this nature.
We had a sepreate bathroom,which wasn't a problem. The duvets were soft & cosy, we had a good night sleep,very peaceful setting,surrounded by beautiful countryside. Could do with an update decor wise and tv was a little small,but don't let that put you off.You won't be in the room much but outside exploring.
We had the twin room which had lovely comfy beds wonderful snuggily pillows and quilt....wonderful view out of the window, dressing area and en-suite....please don't be put off by the wall paper coming away from the wall I slept so well and the breakfast is to die for.......make sure you are hungry cos its huge.....I will definitely be going back to stay here
A lovely historic pub with rooms and superb food.
We made this booking the night before and rang to arrange dinner at the pub.
Our room was fine for what we paid for, it could do with updating but everything was there that you needed. The bed was comfortable and the ensuite large. There were nice little touches such as toiletries, tissues and bottled water in the room in addition to the tea and coffee making facilities. It was also quiet despite being over the bar.
We ate in the pub that evening. The pub is 400 years old and luckily not been ripped out and made into some horrible corporate bland chain pub. They were really welcoming to us and our dog and we were able to take him anywhere. The food was superb. The portions were very large and all beautifully cooked and presented. It was worth staying just for the food. Breakfast was huge and similarly cooked with care using locally sourced ingredients such as the sausages. The food was so good that after going for a walk we returned for Sunday lunch at £10 per head. We had lamb which was melt in the mouth and had virtually no fat.
All in all a fantastic value for money stay and a must for foodies.
Friendly owners, tasty breakfast, clean linen.
Very friendly staff, nothing too much trouble.