Open 7 days a week 12 noon to 2.30 pm and 6 pm to 9.30 pm.
Sundays we serve food all day from 12 noon to 8 pm.
Open 7 days a week 12 noon to 2.30 pm and 6 pm to 9.30 pm.
- Disabled Access
- Private Dining
- Free WiFi
- Outside Seating Area
- Families and Children Welcome
About Olde Coach House
Our restaurant is a character room with wood panels and low beams and is set on two levels, perfect for romantic tables for two or large parties up to 40 people.
Our main casual dining area is located in the main Pub and has loads of character with flagstone floors, real open log fires and low beams.
Lovely location, bar and food. Friendly staff. Will come again.
The menu was not great . The taff were good . My husband had to send his food back. My daughter ordered Diet Coke and was brought Diet Pepsi. Not the same thing at all. The only desert that we liked had sold out - what does that tell you? Probably won’t go again.
My family and I went here on Friday night I had my family down and there were 7 of us, we ordered 4mains and 3 pizzas all the meals came out at different times mine was out last after everyone had finished eating, it was the most appalling meal I’ve ever had I refused to eat my pizza not sure how you can actually do a pizza wrong, the steak and ale pie had obviously been warmed up at least 3 times the end of the pie would have broken your teeth if you’d have tried to eat it. Absolutely disgusting!
Unaware that there was a service charge,apart from that Avery good alround experience.
I had reason to return my duck and the waiter handled the situation well however both my wife and I had the duck and it wasn't cooked very well at all. It is also disappointing to be told that certain dishes are sold out..
My rating is based on my vegetarian options
Great place to eat with a lovely atmosphere. Always had a great meal here, a good range of dishes to choose from and good value for money.
The food was absolutely shocking, I ordered a Ribeye Steak for £19.95 and all I had was grissle and chewy fat, the starter we had which was Garlic Pizza Bread was so bland we had to add salt to it to even give it some sort of flavour, we tried to order 3-4 different dishes which they had all ran out of and then they starting saying we only had 2 minutes left to order when it was only half past 7ish, we felt rushed, the staff didn’t seem to even be bothered at all, a lot of money for a poor poor service and food quality, definitely gone down hill since we had last been here, shall not be returning that’s for sure
Firstly I’ll start by saying we enjoyed our food very much. There was a problem with a beer being off but it was rectified when we asked the waiter to change it. We did have quite a long wait for our meals even though the restaurant was by no means full. We ordered a garlic pizza bread between 4 of us which was described on the menu as “while you wait” so we would assume that would arrive to eat while we waited for our mains. The mains actually came out first and the waitress quickly whisked them back to the kitchen when she realised we hadn’t had our bread. She came back and said would we like the bread and mains together or keep the mains warm under hot plates whilst we had the bread. We said we had ordered the bread to eat whilst we waited and would rather not have our mains being kept warm. Another lady came over and tried to justify that “whilst you wait” wasn’t a starter and could come at any time. I’m sorry but the name says it all so her explanation made no sense at all! If we had wanted bread with our mains we would have ordered side dishes! They offered to redo our mains but by now it was getting quite late so we quickly ate the bread and had the mains come out straight after. Like I said the food was very nice but had they explained the bread may take as long as the mains or maybe been honest that the bread had been forgotten rather than making weird excuses it would have been a far better experience.
Always have a lovely evening at Ashby. Food is fresh and good value Perfect place to epinephrine & dinner customers/clients
Sorry to say the service, food and atmosphere were very poor and despite the fact I hadn’t been for some years because of this, the place hasn’t changed. So wouldn’t recommend it at all
Great service, fab food, lovely atmosphere! Definitely recommend.
Our party of 6 all enjoyed the Sunday roast. It represented good value for money and we couldn't fault the friendly and efficient service.
Good food and service as usual!
Was ok for a night out but wouldnt rate it 4star
Ladies Night - Thursday 3 courses for £15 Initially I was going to write that the food was really tasty, but that I had been disappointed with the portion sizes; then I remembered that I had only paid £15 for 3 courses which was great value! The mushroom soufflé as a starter was delicious. There is a reasonable choice of mains (although if you are full vegetarian and don’t like curry, you’ll struggle). The chocolate pudding was delicious, but very rich so beware!!
Upon arrival we had to wait s few minutes to be seated. The dining room was very cold. Our starters took around half an hour to come out which is too long to wait. We were given the wrong steaks as each were cooked different. Had to get up from table and find member of staff for some sauces. Ambience of restaurant was nice
The pizza's were lovely, buy get one free offer, Tuesday night, The white choc crème brulee also good, but very large portions. Only complaint - the restaurant was very cold and draughty, was sat in the top half of the formal restaurant.
On a cold day the OCH was warm and welcoming as usual and the service friendly and efficient. My wife couldn't fault her roast pork dinner but I was less impressed with my fish and chips. We lunch here regularly and the chips that come with the sandwiches are always fresh and excellent, but on this occasion they were quite dry. Also the peas were quite cold and the fish slightly overcooked (although the batter was very good). We wonder whether the emphasis in the kitchen on a Sunday is on the roast dinners with the normal menu taking a lower priority? The drinks were good as ever though and it was a nice occasion. Despite my disappointment this time The Olde Coach House remains our favourite venue in the area and we're sure that on our next visit (lunch on saturday 17 Feb) the food will be up to the usual standard.
Service was slow. Dining room was cold. Steak looked like it had been sitting on the pass for a while and wasn’t great.
Half cooked sausage and the rest of the grill not much better. Fatty meat and half cooked vegetables! Cold room with zero atmosphere
Booked curry night menu for My Husbands birthday, Not too impressed overall with the food, although it was not expensive, could have been better, Curries not very good, a lot of vege in all curries, mushrooms in Korma !!! (never) All tasted the same and choice of 3 not 4 curries, Also needed naan bread as well as poppadoms. Also restaurant was not very full. but a table of about 9/10 people were seated next to our 3 table, and I could not hear what the other 2 on my table were saying. ( I was sat opposite) because of the noise from the table next to us. Will not be doing curry night again here.
Service always seems to let this place down but sadly this time the roast dinner did too. We live fair;y close so every now & then give it another go in hopes it will have improved but sadly it doesn't.
The food was ok, pretty basic cooking, not really priced correctly as expensive for the amount, the 3 cooked chips were not cooked, we observed from our table two of your chefs cone out of the kitchen and started to smoke cigarettes, which put us of our meal.
Really lovely evening, great food. Very accomadating and really attentive. Thank you