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Came here for lunch on a Tuesday. The place was very quiet. Menu wasn't great, food was very poor quality and tasteless. I ordered the soup and there was little or no flavour to it and the brown bread was beginning to become stale. The...More
The driver of our coach tour told us about this place and advised a visit. On entering the building it is a pub, but it surrounds the ruins of a church. It is very well preserved and well worth a visit.
The place was very quiet ( I visited on a Tuesday and Wednesday). However the place had a great appearance looked like a modernised inside of a castle). I had nice bar food and watched a football match on one of many large sceen TVs.
was waiting for a drink at the bar when the man beside me started laughing, he then walked away and i was greeting by the stink of a fart, the barman began laughing in my face, i was so embarrassed i had to leave nearly...More