The pub was closed. Very disappointed as enjoyed our visit last year. We went to the Vernon Arms instead - food there was very good and our dog was allowed in too.
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My Step brother used to rent a farm house here back in the 90's.I think the garden now has a bypass and I don't know if the house is still there. I would come in here and meet some friends when I came to visit...More
Called in at 1-15pm on Sunday 25th Sept. only ten people in the pub expected more as it was a beautiful day, just four people waiting for dinner. Decided to order two lunches, one beef and one pork, £6 each didn`t expect too much, but...More
I'm a little late in writing this review as we visited 2 weeks ago. We were staying a cottage near by and were a group of 13 girls on a hen do. The main reason we booked the Cavendish Arms in the first place was...More
Dropped in here after a lovely walk around the historical landmarks. Pub was empty, only 4 people eating which gives you a bad feeling. We were hungry so ordered 3 x beef dinners and 1 x pork dinner. Had to wait about 10 mins for...More
We just happened to call in for a Sunday lunch and wasnt dissappointed 5 of us all had a lovely homecooked roast better than any carvery you could have. I have only marked it average due to we had a wait for all the meals...More
On entering the pub, the staff were fairly unpleasant with the manager being rude to other customers. There were two other couples eating and our food took 1 hour to be prepared which was appalling. Food was satisfactory and in fairness it was the worst...More
The building is a charming old public house which has changed hands many times. The service is very poor and laid back and the food takes a long time to cook and they frequently run out of food meaning you can't have your first choice.
My partner and I were house hunting. We called in at the Cavendish Arms at 2:00pm on a Sunday afternoon. We wanted a cup of coffee. There was a table of 8 having their main course and a few couples, in no way was it...More