Monday - Saturday 12:00 - 14:30 18:00 - 21:00
Sunday 12:00 - 18:00
- Private Dining
- Free WiFi
- Outdoor Seating
- Families and Children Welcome
About The Roundabout Hotel
Set in the heart of the picturesque village of West Chiltington, the Roundabout Hotel was built by Reginald Wells as part of his dream to create ‘the perfect English village’.
Our picturesque restaurant offers an outstanding choice of dishes, using locally sourced ingredients.
Lovely food and plenty of space which is important right now.
A lovely hotel. All the staff were amazing. Nothing was too much trouble and they sorted out a slight hiccup with the evening meal, effectively with no fuss. This was our second stay and we will be back! After lockdoen of course
very good all round
The Roundabout Hotel and it’s staff make every stay perfect - can’t speak highly enough about the level of attentiveness from manager to cleaner. Thank you for our perfect stay
This was our first visit to The Roundabout and it certainly will not be our last. What a superb find. Top quality food, service, ambience, setting and value. A real gem.
Leon is doing a sterling job running the Roundabout Hotel, providing an excellent menu, a safe environment & a relaxed atmosphere. Alex is a tremendous attribute to the team, always helpful, welcoming & attentive. I highly recommend the Roundabout Hotel for an evening out
Always enjoy the Roundabout for lunch, pleasant atmosphere and good service.
Lovely hotel , I loved my room with a view over the front of the hotel and the fire in the bar. Would love to come back in the Summer . Staff were very friendly and helpful except not easy to find in the morning when checking out. Overall great stay.
I enjoyed the food and the evening out. I was grateful that we were given the isolated table I asked for when I called. I love the deco inside, always a cosy atmosphere. Staff is very friendly. The meal did take 3 hours but I appreciate it was busy. Would definitely visit again as I felt that we were kept safe.
Pleasant venue, attentive staff. Good value.
First time at the roundabout , in these difficult times I felt very safe in the setting , watched the young lady clean the table area after it was vacated with great care and diligence.Food was excellent as was the wine and service .Will definitely be back .
This is our 2nd time here this year and we will definitely come back ,it’s so relaxing and quiet just a wonderful place to stay .great staff warm friendly welcoming.
The staff were very nice, bit the coffee was rather stewed and not very hot when received it, and a small pot of tea also didn't stay hot for long. The food was nice but served on rather a rickety stand which meant one of the scones fell off as it leaned slightly. The fee of £12.95 per person was a bit high considering the quality of the presentation. We weren't offered any other drinks after the tea as an extra cost, and as it was a birthday, that would have been a nice touch.
A friendly and efficient restaurant, nice local place to dine,all four of us enjoyed our meal.
Room 1 small but clean. Next to no hanging space. Would struggle if we stayed more than 2 days.
Best fish & chips for miles!
The staff, although very busy were very accommodating. Everyone went above what was expected. We hope to visit again.
Felt Covid safe and there was a lovely fire so it felt cosy.
Lovely old building and garden, friendly staff.
Lovely atmosphere, very attentive and friendly staff - my friend and I had a very enjoyable meal.
Nicely presented, tasty meal. We ate in the government eat out to help out scheme. This plus the Roundabout’s happy hour wine prices, made it a very good value evening.
Food was delicious - just what we were hoping for. Would definitely recommend this place for eating out.
First visit to Roundabout. Pleasantly surprised by the size and ambiance of the place. Enjoyed dome good guest cask beer (Brains from Wales). Starter OK, main courses very good, well cooked fish and meat, nice crunchy vegetables. Will come back for sure.
A little slow on the day we visited but excellent value for money and great atmosphere.
No one greeted us when we arrived. We just hovered until we caught someones attention. We had one friendly waitress however, the very young one needs training to demonstrate how to communicate with customers and she looked like she was working in a tea shop - jeans and t-shirt tucked in. She walked us silently to our table, when asked what the house red wine was, she didn't speak, just pointed to the menu and when she placed down our starters, did so without any engagement at all. No eye contact or smile either. She would benefit from additional customer service training. By all means employ young people, but do train them to the standard expected in a restaurant, not pub or tea shop. . We found the food very overpriced and left disappointed. Even with the Eat Out scheme and compared to other restaurants we've eaten in, we felt the bill was just too high for what we'd had. Shame, it was our first visit, but we thought the table we sat on looked tired with wine stain rings on it and had hoped for a linen napkin as it was an evening meal in a restaurant, not a pub. Just underwhelmed by the whole visit. We won't recommend or return. We thought we'd had better service, food and value in local pub restaurants.