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Staff very friendly and knowledgeable about the building....especially the ghosts!
Had a very nice lunch, baked Camembert to start, followed by kedgeree and corned beef hash.....it was not corned beef hash by any stretch of the imagination. What it was, was delicious pulled beef, very...More
The Castle, having just reopened after a new owner and a major refit, was in all matters a very welcoming and enjoyable place to spend an afternoon. Weather was good enough to sit out in the garden and watch the numerous birds and few butterflies....More
A look into Tudor England - sat amongst 600-800 year old oak beams!
Plus wonderful staff, SUPERB local real ales (brewed two minutes up the road), beer garden, period decor, dried hops hung from the ceiling, log burner. This is what ALL pubs should...More