Tantara Country Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTantara Country Hotel Pickering
Was only there for an evening meal. Felt the service was ok, but needed more staff to cater for a larger audience.
Meal itself was ok - I'm a fussy eater though so wasn't ideal for me.
Overall the general atmosphere was good and the night was enjoyable.
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