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Went in for cream tea as the cafes don't like dogs. Very disappointing, scones were small, obviously microwaved to warm them, but too much, as were hard in the middle, and by the time we had the second one it was almost like a biscuit....More
Dinner on a Saturday evening. Our first visit to the Dolphin. A good, unspoilt traditional English hotel. The restaurant menu retains tradition and where possible everything is cooked fresh. Service acceptable and polite. Food was good but not exceptional, although great value for money. Four...More
Stopped for lunch here, good menu selection chose a baggette and a toastie. Both excellent with quality local ham. Service prompt and efficient,food came quickly. Popular with locals. Dog friendly which could be an issue if you don't like dogs as there were plenty of...More
Normally love it here, and I hope today was just a bad day, but your customer service was very poor on this occasion.
It centres around the jukebox. The sad saga is as follows. Put in £1 for 5 plays. After not hearing anything, went...More
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US$95 - US$102 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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