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Four adults, a toddler and a baby were pleasantly welcomed to the Inn and quickly guided by staff to a table through the back. We ordered lunch which arrived without fuss by very nice staff(thank you Julie) and the food was very good pub food....More
Was here about a week ago for lunch. We ordered the Christmas dinner and a Cajun chicken burger! The burger was absolutely amazing and will definitely order again. The Christmas dinner was also very good, all that was missing was some nice honey glazed parsnips!...More
The first night was a disaster, the bed was like a ploughed field, metal springs being felt thro the matteress. No sleep and too late to complain. We complained the next day at breakfast.
On the second night the excuse was the matteress had'nt been...More
Wonderful food at this establishment, despite a fryer not working. Small range of starters and main courses, but just divine. Good food served hot with great service. Would recommend and will call again.
Lovely pub come inn great food and nice friendly staff really liked the log fire they have. and there is a story about ghosts you would need to ask about it love the place ,it's right next to bus stop and the44 bus is very...More
Response from Benjaminsmithmbii | Property representative |
Hi, depending on mode of transport if you are using public transport you must go via city centre using the 100 service then from the city centre take the 44 service to Currie,you are better to get a taxi from the airport... More
Hi, depending on mode of transport if you are using public transport you must go via city centre using the 100 service then from the city centre take the 44 service to Currie,you are better to get a taxi from the airport this will cost roughly £18-£20.
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"Room 5 adjacent to a fire door, was a nuisance when we were wakened by the arrival of the the Dray and..."