Longbridge Mill (Hampshire) Reviews
Description:Longbridge Mill & Mill House Inn, Sherfield-on-Loddon, Hook Hampshire RG27 0DL. Tel: +44 (0)1256 883690 Mill and Visi ... more
Newest Review: ... There were plenty of disabled spaces and easy access into and around the pub for those in wheelchairs. The setting of the pub is very nice with plenty of countryside and green areas to look around at. There was seating outside as well as a play area but it was cold so we didn't use these. We were shown to our booked table but were told that if we didn't like it we could choose somewhere ... more
Customer Longbridge Mill (Hampshire) Reviews (3)
by - written on 10/09/11 (Very useful, 27 readings)
I recently visited the Longbridge Mill on a Friday evening with my partner. Being a Friday night we booked in advance thinking it would be very busy. The Longbridge mill is located on the Reading Road. It took us about 15 minutes to drive there from the centre of Basingstoke although the traffic was quiet. The pub itself is set back from the road and accessed by a long driveway. The driveway wasn't very wide so we may have encountered difficulty if another car had come the other way. The car park was large and not very busy so we found a space very easily. There were plenty of disabled spaces and easy access into and around the pub for those in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/01/05
Beautiful Mill and Location - Advantages: Great Mill, beautiful location, good place to eat and drink, vey helpful, interesting Mill staff - Disadvantages: Avoid the crazy old ex head mistress who plagues the site, she is rude and offensive.
by - written on 10/05/01, updated on 10/05/01 (Very useful, 1404 readings)
I visited Longbridge Mill for the first time in April 2001 with a friend. We live some way apart so when we get together, we like to find somewhere equidistant to meet up where we can eat and keep our 4 daughters (all age 3 and under) entertained. We chose Longbridge Mill based on a recommendation my friend had received, in particular about the facilities for children to play. We didn’t visit the Mill, but went straight to the restaurant and childrens play area. The restaurant was child friendly, with highchairs available and an easily accessible baby change in the disabled toilet (only one door to open to get in there). The menu had lots of choice on it, and . Read the complete review
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