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Just returned today from an extended stay at the Crossroads Inn, due to the bad weather. The hotel itself is a traditional pub with good real ale on tap and great food. The breakfast each morning was really substantial and tasty and set you up...More
Another good quality meal. Varied menu, which includes several vegetarian options. We had veg yorkshire pudding & deep fried polenta chips with sweet chilli for starters. I had a specials dish, crab risotto which was delicious, a burger, fish & chips and another veg dish...More
I'm generous with my ratings and regularly give 5s. This place I would give 10 if I could. Located in a little village like the Slaughtered Lamb in American Werewolf in London. Receptionist friendly and helpful. Manager interested and caring. Food cheap and great.....go for...More
Visited Jan 3rd 2018 for lunchtime meal.
Not an extensive or inexpensive menu, asked for beef steak and potato pie but unfortunately had none left.
Next asked for one of a number of burgers shown on the menu but told they had no burgers at...More
Response from jaynebarton797, Owner at Crossroads InnResponded 7 January 2018
So sorry to hear about your lunch experience. This is definitely not the normal standards,
I have spoken to the staff on that day. It is always difficult after Christmas to get the suppliers delivering on time, we had a problem because the day before...More
Fantastic value for money, three course Christmas lunch for £15. Good quality food,cooked beautifully with efficient,helpful service. Couldn't fault a thing,whole family group of 10 adults and 3 children agreed it was a brilliant meal.
Response from jaynebarton797 | Property representative |
Hi Melanie, yes we try to be as dog friendly as possible! We have a certain part of the restaurant where guests can sit and eat with their dogs. We also supply water and doggy biscuits. And with regard to the menu, we do... More
Hi Melanie, yes we try to be as dog friendly as possible! We have a certain part of the restaurant where guests can sit and eat with their dogs. We also supply water and doggy biscuits. And with regard to the menu, we do offer vegan options such as mushroom fritters, soup of the day, tomato & olive salad, 5 bean chilli, vegetable stir fry. However, it is also best to inform us of any vegan diners when booking, so that we can notify the chef. Many thanks, Jayne