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The Loughpool Inn, Sellack - pub details

Loughpool Inn

Address: Sellack, Ross-On-Wye, Herefordshire, HR9 6LX [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 7579) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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> Current user rating: 6.1/10 (rated by 11 users)
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Been here numerous times in the past because of excellent food and service,didnt know it was under new ownership till we arrived.The food has gone downhill badly ,my choice was not available(no reason given) and fish pie was suggested by the charming waitress @12.95. It turned out to be like a tin of tuna with a strange sauce topped with a loose fitting piece of dry filopastry,served up with slightly overdone chips and a spoonful of frozen(i guess) peas. The menu stated "cod,daddock and prawns , of which there was non of. My wifes "steakpie" was served up the same,ie chips and peas. My chosen sweet,sticky toffe pud, had been microwaved to oblivion !! We will not be going there again and really sad as we used to go 50 miles round trip for the previous owners superb homemade food and hospitality. Overall tasteless and overpriced food but,charming waitress
nicgrey - 18 Sep 2011 10:39
Been here numerous times in the past because of excellent food and service,didnt know it was under new ownership till we arrived.The food has gone downhill badly ,my choice was not available(no reason given) and fish pie was suggested by the charming waitress @12.95. It turned out to be like a tin of tuna with a strange sauce topped with a loose fitting piece of dry filopastry,served up with slightly overdone chips and a spoonful of frozen(i guess) peas. The menu stated "cod,daddock and prawns , of which there was non of. My wifes "steakpie" was served up the same,ie chips and peas. My chosen sweet,sticky toffe pud, had been microwaved to oblivion !! We will not be going there again and really sad as we used to go 50 miles round trip for the previous owners superb homemade food and hospitality. Overall tasteless and overpriced food but,charming waitress
nicgrey - 18 Sep 2011 10:39
A very pretty pub, defines the word 'quaint'. In absolute terms to fault it is petty as service was OK (the woman who I presume to be the head waitress was a bit overly characterful though - I'm used to being treated like royalty when I go out - she expected us to treat HER like royalty!), beer alright if slightly too cold and the food was nice though undersized. If the prices were in line with other places in the area I would have rated it higher, maybe a 7. However, the pricing seems to have been determined on the 'what should we charge, then times it by 3' principle. Has apparently been voted pub of the year?
put_it_on_expenses - 21 Feb 2010 18:22
From the outside this is THE idyllic English country pub in a superb location. Sad to say though that we just didn't enjoy the place at all. Food over-priced, beer OKish (good wine list though) and rude landlord and staff. Must try harder if they want people to visit again, which I will do when I've heard that they've left. (Visited Jun '08, but just discovered this website, so sorry if there are new people in charge there since).
littledrummerboy - 20 Apr 2009 18:00
Amazing pub just outside Ross-on-Wye - the setting is beautiful, the food amazing, great wine list and the staff are so friendly. Old wooden tables, candles and roaring fire make it a real bolt hole in the winter months and the outside setting in the beer garden is stunning. Highly recommended.
Muriel - 6 Apr 2009 13:08

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