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Beautiful food, reasonably priced

3 lovely mains, pasta and steak based (hubby said best he had ever had), a side of garlic bread, 3... read more

Reviewed 4 March 2017
patwestham
,
Gainsborough
via mobile
Not impressed

Choose festive menu. Starters ok, main course advertised as 'medallions' of turkey, instead we got... read more

Reviewed 5 December 2016
betty1234512
,
Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
via mobile
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One-room schoolhouse opened in 1745.
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4 Mar 2017
“Beautiful food, reasonably priced”
4 Dec 2016
“Not impressed”
LOCATION
York, ME
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+1 207-363-4974
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Reviewed 4 March 2017 via mobile

3 lovely mains, pasta and steak based (hubby said best he had ever had), a side of garlic bread, 3 stunning puds, wine and a soft drink for £80. The atmosphere was welcoming and the staff friendly. Would definitely go back

Thank patwestham
Reviewed 5 December 2016 via mobile

Choose festive menu. Starters ok, main course advertised as 'medallions' of turkey, instead we got thick mis-shaped pieces of tough meat, almost like boiled meat, didnt taste like turkey. The potatoes were so hard and dry we couldn't get our knifes to cut them, meal...More

Thank betty1234512
Reviewed 19 August 2016

Afterward Jefferd's tavern we toured the old one room school house. There were original ink stains from the old ink wells. Very interesting to see and didn’t take long maybe a half an hour. But worth stopping in to see if you have the time...More

Thank deebug2470
Reviewed 14 August 2013

Old 1 room schoolhouse next to visitor center makes you wonder how/what children learned. Part of the museum grouping

1  Thank Steveuj
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