The Trumpet Inn, Ledbury - pub details
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 7759) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
Ledbury (3.3 miles)
- Food served, Sunday roast, Real ale
- Outside seating, Dogs allowed, Children allowed, Credit cards accepted, Car park, Smoking area, Coach parties welcome
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|What a disappointment! Have had some lovely meals here in the past but today's was definitely sub-Wetherspoons, at twice the price. The menu looks like a pubco chain menu. Beer is well kept, but it's a Wadworth's tied house so choice is limited. Won't be going back until I hear it's changed hands again.|
Windy42 - 27 Apr 2013 15:09
|Had a couple of meals there recently. Beer well presented if a bit pricey. Food excellent apart from very poor quality chips.|
Did not like the waste of gas heating the outside, very ungreen! For that reason I have not given as high a rating as I might have.
purplegoffer - 24 Feb 2010 10:30
|A fantastic pub run by 2 fantastic people Mick & Ali. Wish them and the team all the very best of success for the future!! |
basingstokebloke89 - 20 Oct 2008 02:36
|Stayed here with the family for 3 days in our touring caravan. the food was absolutely brilliant, granted the beer is a little pricey but the wine seemed very reasonable by the bottle. all the staff are very friendly and extremely helpful. the manager is a very funny polite scouser with a brilliant sense of humour. the campsite has brilliant clean facilities. the pub is very much food orientated but as drinkers we were also made to feel very welcome. a lot of the locals seem friendly and this is an all round brilliant pub, would definately recommend this to anyone|!!!|
peterjohnson - 18 Aug 2008 15:42
|Called in on our way back from Ledbury for a drink and to consider eating and were met at the door by a young man saying Are you eating here. That was a black mark as I don't like being approached in this way on entry to a pub. Although all the tables were not set for dining, most were. We got our Wadworth ales and a menu and the choice was good so we decided to eat there, even if a bit pricey. The meals were first class, the best we had while in the area I would say, and when I asked for gravy - I do like a lot, thgey brought a jug out for me. Portions good too. All young men working there, and seemed popular. Need to take away the over zealous welcome mat to be first class.|
gillhalfpint - 9 Jul 2008 10:05
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