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Reviews of Red Lion Inn, Sidbury

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Review by RICHARD SMITH on 26th August, 2009

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After our 5th year at the red lion i have to say it is the most wonderfully warm and happy place we have stayed in, neil and belinda are so kind and thoughtful, the inn is a pleasure to go back to in the evenings and have a drink with the very friendly locals, every year it gets better and better, food is lovely and exceptionally good value, thank you for a fantastic time, we will be seeing you soon......

Date visited: 1/8/09--8/8/09

Review by Steve & Lynda on 4th July, 2005

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We stayed 2 nights here and would highly recommend this excellent Village Pub. All bedrooms (4) have recently been refurbished to a good quality. But be warned - Ask for a small breakfast unless you really are starving.

Date visited: 28th July 2005

Review by R Brooks on 20th June, 2005

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What an amazing Surprize!!!! Beautiful imaginitive menu and incredible tastes from simple cooking. Very good volumes and very good value. Try the house red wine. We stayed over for one night and we had a very, very tasty English Breakfast as well. The best stay over we have had for a very long time. Thank you so much

Date visited: 18th June 2005

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