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Quintessential Countryside Inn with fabulous strolls around a ruined castle across the street and first rate dining fare. The George at Nunney and Hever Castle book-ended a storybook holiday for us from the USA to the UK. There was nothing here not to like.
Firstly they were very friendly and welcomed us with our dogs. The evening meals we took were very well done, with plenty on the plate. We felt it was a bit 'tired'. In need of some deep cleaning and decoration, but given it was towards the end of the season maybe that was on the agenda for them to do anyway.
Comfartable rooms. Friendly staff. Good food.
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Food was excellent Room extremely comfortable Staff very friendly None!
The staff were very friendly and the food was excellent Everything was great, the decor of the breakfast room could be improved.
When we arrived the reception was not in use, so we had to wander down the corridor until we found someone! The rooms were situated away from the main building in chalet style wooden buildings. The rooms were freezing; the heating was on time and didnt come on until 5.30pm, although we were told 4.30pm, which on a cold March day you dont want to hear! There was no electricity downstairs in challet where our room was, which made going upstairs in the dark very dangerous. We informed Reception who did not seem worried!! There were no numbers on the doors so you had to try all 3 rooms until you found your one! The pillows on the bed were in desperate need of being relaced. The food was pricy and very badly cooked: either oozing in fat or completely undercooked.
Big comfortable bed and nice country location.
We loved the friendly welcome. The attempt to make us comfortable and the general atmosphere. Charming! The only slight niggle, if I am being really "picky" were the dreadful pillows.. They were small, and rather "worn"
Friendly staff, nice rooms, good atmosphere, interesting place
Friendly staff and good food. Nice and peaceful countryside location. I prefer staying in a place with a bit of character, as this 17th century inn had.