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Reviews of Burley Inn, Burley

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Review by T.Roberts on 1st August, 2010

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This was our first time staying at The Burley and the new managers Rick & Tracey were very helpfull and accomodating we couldnt ask for more,But we went back to stay there afew weeks ago and the managers had gone and when we asked a member of staff where they had gone because we would like to stay with them all we got was dont know and dont care,NOT the kind of thing you want to hear,We only ended up staying there a couple of nights

Date visited: march 2010

Review by j pennells on 4th August, 2008

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We went as a party of 5, having booked in for Sunday lunch. We arrived to find they had the booking but had not reserved a table, they then went to look for a free table in a busy bar, in the end putting a chair on the end of a table for 4, tight. We went to orded our food at the bar, which was standard pub grub and prices, just as most of the bar staff vanished leaving one menber with a long que. Food arrived fairly quickly and was nice but nothing special, but the meal sizes were good. Two of the party ordered sweets,one of which they didn't have, this seamed to help loose the order in the kitchen, and needed to be chased up. Overall food was ok, but the service let them down compaired to a lot of pubs in the area, a go once pub but not return to.

Date visited: 03/08/08

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