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Reviewed 7 February 2016

I love this pub, resteraunt and B&B! It has the most delicious food and I am never left disappointed, the atmosphere is very relaxed and it is very family friendly. Also dogs are allowed in the bar area which is nice for your little companions while having a lunch meal or just a nice drink. I would recommend the dyke neuk for anyone wanting to chill out in the fresh country air. It's also a great place for friends to go out whether it's for lunch or an evening meal. The breakfasts if staying in the b&b is also lovely.

Room Tip: Room 4 is the large family room
  • Stayed: January 2016, travelled with family
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Thank Margaret F
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Reviewed 12 December 2015 via mobile

Room was very large, warm and cosy. For a business traveller I found the lack of in room wifi a problem, and the noise generated by the bar on quiz night kept me awake. If youre looking to stay on business I wouldnt recommend this place, however, the breakfast was delicious so a weekend break, mixing in with the locals and its probably a great place.

Stayed: December 2015, travelled on business
Thank Ben M
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Reviewed 10 December 2015

We took a group of international visitors keen to sample a traditional Sunday lunch. All the meats and veg you would expect - but the food was certainly very well prepared. The meats, in particular, were very tasty. Different price options for different sized meals. Good service and great views across the countryside.

  • Stayed: December 2015, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 20 November 2015

Stayed for a Monday night and was pleased to see that there was still life in an old pub, at least for the early evening; a bit of banter and a roaring fire goes a long way to bring a bit of cheer. The food was restricted, with the main restaurant not open, but to be honest the surroundings said 'PIE'; very good it was too. I had use of a mini-suite, two single beds with a separate kitchenette, bath with shower which was plenty for me. No work area in the room but by the time some of the pie had gone down the bar was quiet and comfortable enough to make use of the free wifi.

  • Stayed: November 2015, travelled on business
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Thank Mike L
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Reviewed 2 November 2015

My husband and I have gone regularly to the Dyke Neuk over the past 5 years visiting at least 3 Saturdays a month. Since it became the Assos restaurant we have sadly stopped going. We continued to go for a few weeks but found the menu very limited and expensive for a bar meal. The lasagne and moussaka are nice but a few lettuce leaves does not make it a complete meal for me. The specials board has the same things as the menu and this Saturday the burger and meatballs were not available. Kleftiko and Stifado at £14.95 seemed very pricey for a lunchtime menu. The bar was famous for its fish and chips which sadly are no longer available. The chicken Youvetsi is fine spaghetti with a very very thick tomato paste and grilled chicken covered in cheese - a far cry from the beautiful lamb dish you find in Greece. Sadly we will be dining elsewhere from now on.

Stayed: October 2015
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