My name is Zoe Burdass and in September 2011 I became the new landlady of our village pub. Along with my husband Ian, we hope to bring a warm welcome, great food, value for money and a relaxed atmosphere to our 16th century coaching inn.
We have three comfortable bedrooms here at the St Quintin Arms. Two double bedrooms and a spacious family room. The family room is furnished with a super king and two singles.
The super king will split into two twin beds, so if there are a few of you away for a weekend break we can sleep four singles too.
All of our rooms are en-suite with TV (freeview) and tea/coffee making facilities.
I am sure that the photos will illustrate that you are guaranteed a warm cosy night in a clean, comfortable environment.
Room prices include a full three-course breakfast with cereals, juices, croissants and cooked breakfast supplied by local producers, served from and to whatever time you wish.
Breakfast in bed or out on the patio on those warmer days are all options, our intention is to make your nights away from home as enjoyable as possible in our country retreat.
Both double rooms are £75.00 per night and the family room £85.00 per night. Single person occupancy of a double room is £49.00 per night.
Evening meals are served between 6pm & 8.30pm it is advisable to book if you wish to dine as we can get fully booked at the weekend approx three weeks in advance.
A wide selection of dishes are available from our menus, made with a selection of locally produced fare, especially the delicious Burdass Lamb (produced by my husband Ian).
With a wonderful fire roaring in the bar, private dining, party tables or just a cosy dining room it is our intention to make all occasions an enjoyable experience for you. Be it that you’re just popping in for a spot of dinner or having a celebration, everyone will feel comfortable and looked after for the afternoon or evening.
Outside we have built a wonderful patio and opened up the garden so that you can take full advantage of lazy summer evenings, we have facility to set up a marquee for events and barbeques as well as a function room for private occasions and meetings.