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Spent a week here in November and what a total waste of money it was. I am a chef at a top Birmingham restaurant and couldn't believe the poor quality meal that was served to us. Worst of all are members of the management team....More
Spent three nights with my fiance and spaniel for my 60th birthday treat. The pub is perfectly charming with fantastic food and wonderful, friendly staff. The breakfasts were great - freshly cooked with the best coffee we have ever drunk!
The room was a tad...More
I know this place has a good reputation but I feel an urge to report....
It’s a tiny cramped pub that does food, very dated and dirty.
The toilets are disgusting, outside, spider infested and not checked.
The food took an hour and a half...More
We returned to the Tower 40 years after spending our honeymoon here. In the nicest way, little had changed and things that had were mainly good (en-suite rooms). Our only "niggle" was the lack of somewhere to relax in the bar after eating, there are...More
We stayed for two nights as part of an autumnal break. Down winding narrow Devon lanes, Slapton is a small village near to the beach and Coastal path. We used the Inn as a base and were not disappointed. It is in the centre of...More