Room was clean and spacious staff in the restaurant were very friendly and efficient , good breakfast .
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It's a while since we've been here and I was a little worried by some of the recent rather negative reviews. But when we arrived the dining room was flooded with sunlight and looked really very attractive. The posies on the tables were very pretty...More
Stayed here for 1 night in room 1. Absolutely faultless. The room was clean and decorated lovely. Would highly recommend staying here. Breakfast was great too!
Many thanks for your kind and positive review. Hope to see you again
We ate here once, the staff were friendly and the food was excellent. The chef didnt arrive until six but we were told this was the usual time to start and didn't mind waiting at all. The food was worth the wait.
Thanks for the review. Glad you enjoyed your time with us. Unfortunately at the moment we don't serve food all day so it starts at 18.00.
Only came here for coffee, but it was very good. I must mention how kind the server was when I dropped in here for coffee and WiFi on the way to meet a friend nearby. He kindly agreed to let me use their PC at...More
Thanks for the review. Very glad we could help.
We stopped in for a drink with the grandparents today and ended up staying for lunch on account of the cold and rainy weather outside and the warm and friendly service inside. We sat in a small room at the front of the pub which...More
Many thanks for your lovely comments. Hope to see you again.
We visited a few times for drinks whilst staying locally. The staff are friendly and the real ales were good and well kept. We enjoyed sitting in the garden relaxing in the nice weather.
This pub feels like it has a lot of history behind it, making it a very inviting place to spend an afternoon with any type of company. The staff are incredibly friendly and the service was prompt and jovial. The burger was juicy, well-assembled and...More
We were staying in Wedmore for a week, and as we usually do, decided to try out one of the locals. The George looked the sort of pub we like, so earlier in the week we went there for a drink, and then booked for...More