Not even able to book a table in the restaurant for me and my 7 year old. No children allowed. What a disappointment.
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We stayed in the mughouse rose room on our wedding day and honeymoon weekend last year and were more than satisfied that we had chosen the perfect place to spend our first days as husband and wife. The romantic surroundings and stunning riverside location made...More
Last minute idea to eat locally on a Monday evening - the restaurant was full, which gave for a nice atmosphere. Pleasant staff, fine menu and the food didn't disappoint. All in all, good food at a very reasonable price - we shall return
We popped in last week for a light lunch and ordered their burger. It arrive with a small amount of chips and a pot of coleslaw. It was all very basic, we both felt that a little bit of salad and nicer chips would have...More
Undeterred by our mid-June visit, and less-than-gushing review, we tried again and found things to be in much better order this time. Menu was all available and the fixed-price menu on the last page represents excellent value on Mon-Thurs evenings. My gammon was decently char...More
Just back having spent two nights at the Mug House. One in Cottage Room 2 then one in Cottage Room 1. Excellent place to stay with friendly staff and good food. Had breakfast and evening meals in the pub. Breakfast at 8 a.m.on first morning...More
Stayed the first night in. Room 1 The Cottage, very comfortable and especially good if you have mobility problems. The Lavender room is cosy but quite a few stairs to climb. The breakfast and dinner was excellent as was the bar.