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Four of us stayed here after a day on the Ridgeway. Our rooms were clean and spacious, the beds very comfortable. We had supper cooked for us and it was delicious, mostly homegrown or reared. Nothing was too much trouble, we had a great packed...More
We stayed here while walking the Ridgeway. On that basis for location, it couldn't be better. We were greeted with tea and biscuits. Again very good. The room was large, airy and comfortable. The food is wonderful fresh, mainly home produced produce. BUT. We are...More
This is very much a polarising establishment, can see why one would either love the place or be discomforted by its individuality, I really enjoyed it, Penny was a wonderful host, interesting and friendly, the room was comfortable and the farm has great character. The...More
I have to say I disagree with some of the previous reviewers. I was camping with 3 very old friends in their copse so can't report on the accommodation or food. However we were made to feel very welcome by the landlady who was delightful....More
I think the other reviews have pretty much given you a flavour of the place.
I've got to say we 4 fat old male walkers had a good time, despite, or maybe because of the unreconstructed lady host.
Maybe we got off to a good...More