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A really lovely 2 night stay at the Dolphin. Delightful staff Anastasia & Dennis. Comfortable rooms with large beds. Plumbing needed adjustment as shower stopped running half way through! Heating variable! Food very tasty. Will certainly visit again.
From the outside this looked like a normal village pub.
Inside there is a traditional bar, with a roaring fire the evening we visited. It wasn't until we saw the menus that we realised that this was a seriously "foodie" place, but without any of...More
This is a fabulous pub, opposite the beautiful Margaret Ogilvy almshouses. Great atmosphere, food is top notch, and the service is very friendly. Highly recommended. There is a lovely little shop next door too, which is worth a visit.
We have been here and stayed at least three times now and cannot fault it. I have read a review about the service and the water but I can only base my review on what I have experienced, of course. Local ice cold tap water...More
I really wanted to like this pub/restaurant as it had been recommended by a friend and allowed dogs which is a great find.
However, the truth is I was pleased to leave. A nice log fire greeted us but the atmosphere is fairly sterile and...More
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US$108 - US$176 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Official star rating provided by VisitEngland, the National Tourist Board.
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Yes, they do a children's menu. We went on a Saturday and my grandson aged 10 and granddaughter aged 6 both had steak and chips which were really big portions. I am sure they would do a children's Sunday roast.