“An excellent example of a revamped village inn (in this case brick and flint and very pretty), now a popular meeting place for convivial lunches and dinners in its beamed restaurant. Good wine list; try the local champagne cider as an aperitif. Accompanying bedrooms are not large but well equipped with quality beds and good bathrooms. TVs and DVDs, books and magazines, minibars and complimentary newspapers.”
Written by Fiona Duncan
"A value-for-money option with luxurious beds, and spacious, well-equipped rooms. The fire-lit restaurant, which serves excellent food, is a real focal point."
Originally published by The Telegraph (view article)