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We were a group of 12 celebrating a 40th birthday on a lovely sunny Sunday afternoon. Food was amazing, we had a mixture of Sunday roast and fish a chips. Portions were very generous. Everyone enjoyed their meals and they made a lovely fuss of...More
We had a lovely supper here. We had "smaller appetite" portions of steak pie and scampi which were delicious. Our dog was made very welcome and offered doggy biscuits. The staff were very friendly and attentive and the pub itself very quaint. Will be sure...More
We turned up 2 days ago having walked 4 miles to this wonderful traditional 17th century pub, only to be told that the delivery lorry hadn't been able to get up the snowy lane and so they couldn't offer the normal menu. However they said...More
Would have loved to give 5 stars as pub full of olde worlde charm and staff super friendly but for us the food really let it down. Puddings were great. No problem there but most of us had the Sunday Roast which could be best...More
We called in without a booking and sat next to the log fire in the cosy bar. The barman was very chatty and friendly and the pub had many people enjoying lunch.
We chose the fish sharing board for two. It only has three types...More