A Cracking place to drink since the revamp! Quite expensive though per pint would be better if they had more ales on offer.. but all in all a very good place.
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I Visited last night with a couple of friends after not having visited for many years, we were greatly impressed, walking through the curtain into the most romantic, quirky, beautifully done out pub was such a surprise, we loved it, I for one will certainly...More
We were visiting the area and called in for meal Sunday afternoon. A very welcoming greeting from one of 2 brothers who had taken over the premise 8 months ago. They have been bringing the old premise back to life again, striping the paint off...More
My husband and I had heard through a friend that the food was really good here and so we booked a table for a well overdue date night. My goodness, our friend was right, the food is absolutely beautiful and so well presented. We had...More
Great little pub with good selection of beer, atmosphere good but food not so good, sadly lacking in taste and presentation.
In the centre of the pretty town of Corsham is the Flemish Weavers a picturesque pub covered with flowers. The interior is a voyage of discovery! Full of interesting bric a brac and antiques amid the nooks and crannies of the pub. The owner and...More
Called in here on a Saturday lunchtime. The pub is small but has a great quirky decor and the staff are really polite and friendly. We ordered a ploughman's and a chunky beef chilli. All I can say is the food was superb, my chilli...More
Actually my names not Clive! Second time in to eat and brought some Norwegian relatives with us this time. Quickly sorted out a table preference then the food! We had a great choice of fresh local/locally sourced products from the melt in your mouth beef,...More
I had a friend over for the weekend from London and thought it would be fun to go to this place. When I rang for a reservation I was told that it was fully booked. When we arrived at 12 and left at 1.30 it...More
Dear Madam, Firstly, allow Flemish Weaver to thank you for your review and allowing us the privilege of serving your friend from London. I’m not sure as to the relevance as to where your friend is from to assist TripAdvisor users where to visit but...More