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Went here for my wife's birthday and our wedding anniversary. Both of which are on 26th September.
We arrived the place was quite empty, the girl looked up and saw us waiting. But we waited and waited. In the end I asked the...More
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Response from CarringtonArms, Owner at The Carrington ArmsResponded 1 week ago
I am very disappointed to read your review.
I am a little confused that your review is a little erroneous as we have not served lamb in my restaurant for at least 3 years, due to its rising cost.
I feel that perhaps...More
Stopped for one night at the Carrington Arms while visiting friends in the area. For the price, we expected an "OK" experience but were pleasently surprised. If you are used to 5 star then you may be dissapointed but.......Our room was clean, comfortable and well...More
Really enjoyed my stay.Old style pub/restaurant, very popular judging by the full bar and car park. Nice modern clean room and super two person wet room.Big bed.Generous tea coffee and biccies.Great to have a fridge.Efficient check in.Would definitely come again.
Guests very quiet for a...More
Hadn't been here for many years, and thought I'd give it a try to see if it was still as good, I wasn't disappointed.
The fillet steak was beautiful, as were the skin on fries and salad.
Really good and attentive service, without being intrusive,...More
possibly the best place to stay in the Milton Keynes area, definitely my favourite. Rooms recently refurbished, comfortable, clean and the TV is at the right height. The food is always excellent, fresh and well presented, always has a guest beer and there is a...More
Hi Nigel and Rumba, we stayed a couple of times with our dog (a Weimaraner) at the Carrington Arms, and nothing extra was charged. But I would advise to mention it to the hotel you will bring your munchkin when you do the... More
Hi Nigel and Rumba, we stayed a couple of times with our dog (a Weimaraner) at the Carrington Arms, and nothing extra was charged. But I would advise to mention it to the hotel you will bring your munchkin when you do the booking. Enjoy your stay!
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