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We love this place. The only downside was that, as it was dark and wet, I was not confident of finding the turning, so I set the SatNav. Big mistake. However when we got there, we were not disappointed. The meal was lovely, as was...More
At the time of booking we asked if they allowed dogs to stay. We were told they did so booked in. Check in fine, great room and nice that Bob the dog could stay in the room. Came down to the bar for dinner only...More
We arrived at the Masons Arms at lunch time while doing a long distance hike. It was pouring with rain but they refused to let us in the bar because we were soaked, had slightly muddy boots and a dog. We offered to take our...More
We couldn't get rooms here but had an evening meal. Excellent food and drink. Lovely staff, would definitely eat here again. Great atmosphere, everybody very friendly and welcoming. Only problem is dogs are not allowed in the bar.
Went here with 5 of us. Beer was good as usual however the fish cakes were more mash than fish. The lamb was tasteless. The toilets were grimy and dirty . We have been here for years and advised them of our displeasure. Will not...More
Response from SwTravelingMan | Reviewed this property |
Breakfast was not included when we stayed. Breakfast is only served from 9.30am so a bit late if you want an early start
We did have breakfast one morning and it was very nice and not an excessive price
Response from 186565David_W | Reviewed this property |
Don't know if under new management. Certainly had work done during the last year. We found the food good a few weeks ago. The only down side is that it is very popular, and eating in the bar is not very civilised, as they... More
Don't know if under new management. Certainly had work done during the last year. We found the food good a few weeks ago. The only down side is that it is very popular, and eating in the bar is not very civilised, as they pack in as many diners as possible. You need to be pretty gregarious to really enjoy it.