This isn't goodbye
We all know this is not going to be easy. For me, for my team members or for you.
But with an incredibly heavy heart, I have taken the decision (not an easy one) that I have to close The Spring Inn on a temporary basis with an immediate effect.
I am sorry for everyone that had bookings with us, but as I have to follow Government advice and think of the wellbeing of my guests and all my members of staff this is my only option.
I have been overwhelmed by the kind words, the massive amount of support and encouragement we have all received over the past week. Thank you to you all.
Myself and all my team members are working on some wonderful ideas, so this is not goodbye, this is simply see you very soon.
The Spring Inn
We think we have improved things since the unfortunately named 1761 Jack Boot coaching inn. What we have kept is a truly lovely interior, high wooden ceilings, fireplaces and more.
Sadly, the spring itself has dried up but our cellar will help satisfy even the most parched journeyman. Not forgetting the tradition of coaching inns, we set out our menu to do simple beautifully; that means quality ingredients that speak for themselves and a wine list that knows no borders in its search for taste and value.
In summer a terrace overlooks the Sulhamstead and Ufton cricket club adding yet another angle to the Spring Inn.
Founder Ben is usually on hand to ensure friendly and smooth service.
So 2 legged or four, hot or cold, hungry, thirsty or just looking to take a breather, we can’t wait to help.