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Excellent in most respects.Food of a very good standard,starters mains and puddings.
Deep fried seafood,for starters,including,oyster,crab,lobster and haddock,followed by turbot,clams,shrimps and cockles,gorgeous chips.
Service very good indeed ,made to feel welcome,without being over fussy.Good view of the river.Its a little out of the way,but,worth the...More
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Response from Sally P, Owner at Old Passage InnResponded 2 April 2016
Thank you so much, we are so pleased that you enjoyed your visit to us and very much hope that we will have the opportunity of welcoming you back to the Old Passage in the not too distant future.
I have dined and stayed overnight here with various people on numerous occasions over the years, when Raoul had it, and so was delighted to be gifted a 'taster menu' via Groupon, under the new management. From the outset, right from ringing to make a...More
Treated ourselves and hubby's parents to another smorgasbord night at the Old Passage Inn- a renowned fish restaurant a mere 9 miles from Frampton on Severn- it did not disappoint. I had the six course taster menu culminating in half a lobster a delightful story...More
Hidden gem on the Severn. Great, great food. No pretension, just brilliantly cooked fish (other things too). I little off the beaten track, but rooms available too (I wish I had known). I can only imagine waking up there would be heaven.
Response from Sally P, Owner at Old Passage InnResponded 30 December 2015
Thank you so much, we are all really pleased that you enjoyed the Old Passage and look forward to welcoming you back - and perhaps staying with us.
Very best wishes and a happy New Year.
Really disappointed with my trip here tonight. Food was okay but the atmosphere really not on par with the prices. When there are main courses for £32, you don't expect to have to put your coat on your legs to keep warm!! Saw someone doing...More
The cost of a double room in weekdays is £110 and at weekends is £130. This includes vat & a light ( very good) breakfast. I can recommend staying here - there is wi-fi and all you need and a fabulous view, and a lovely walk... More
The cost of a double room in weekdays is £110 and at weekends is £130. This includes vat & a light ( very good) breakfast. I can recommend staying here - there is wi-fi and all you need and a fabulous view, and a lovely walk if you have time.
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"Can't comment on the rooms as this was a dining experience but in this regard was of a very good standard."