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Enjoyed an excellent evening with the congenial hosts who couldn’t do enough for us. The food was absolutely excellent, home cooked and beautifully served.
The bedrooms were very comfortable and whole hotel just felt it was looked after with pride.
I would definitely recommend staying...More
I can’t rave about this place enough. First impressions might be ‘slightly quirky bar/inn’ but it slightly scruffy exterior belies the cosy wonderfulness created by the owners.
The best way I can describe it is going to stay at your favourite uncle’s house who has...More
We stayed here for two nights this week and enjoyed the whole experience. It is a very pleasant place which is full of character and the rooms were lovely. I was very comfortable here and slept extremely well. Although it is on a busy road...More
My wife and I stopped her en-route to North Wales. What an absolute gem. Upon arrival we were greeted by Roy the owner. So very friendly and welcoming. The room was perfect. Clean, warm and nothing more can be said about that. We booked an...More
We spent one night at the Three Cock's Inn and found the establishment to be utterly charming and a hidden gem regarding the on premises restaurant. We were greeted by the owner Roy Duke, a very pleasant character in his own right, and made to...More