My wife and I stayed here on a Saturday night to celebrate our wedding anniversary. We felt very welcome from the moment we got there until we left due to the staff's very pleasant and helpful demeanour.
The Griffin Inn is a beautiful old pub with a lovely ambience with real fires adding to the homely feel in the public areas. We were actually located in a very cosy bedroom in an annex with a view over the quiet street.
We ate in the bar rather than than the restaurant at night and had an excellent meal there. Our breakfast was served in the restaurant and that was very good too.
In warmer months, there is a large outside space with views over the fields, a pizza oven and BBQ.
We may well return to sample those delights at a later date!More