A nice cosy pub full of features. Friendly staff, dog friendly area. Food was plentiful and enjoyed by all.
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We stopped in here for Sunday lunch whilst walking along Hadrian's Wall. The portions were generous and the food was tasty, if not spectacular. There wasn't a great selection of beers, ciders or spirits though. The staff were friendly.
Had the roast lamb which was ok. The vegetables were uninteresting- the parsnip chips were undercooked and the roast potatoes were not crisp. The puddings were average- the cheesecake didn’t have a lot of flavour and the rhubarb crumble was soggy as it had been...More
what a fantastic meal.i came for a meal with 3 friends, i had the burger which was amazing. i cant fault the place friendly bar staff and locals very clear and nice old country pub.i will be making a return very soon. outstanding
The food was good and the atmosphere but the women at the front was not very friendly and would not offer any information on the area. All we needed to know was if there was a camping ground in the area, she said no (...More
OMG. What a gorgeous hidden gem! If you're in the area, or if your not you need to be! Absolutely one of the best country pubs I've ever been in! Gorgeous surroundings, fabulous service and the food? Sublime! I even move the music play list,...More
On cycling in the area, we stopped here for a break, the inside of the pub was lovely, as it was lovely and sunny we sat outside with our drinks on picnic tables in a nice outside area. The bar lady was lovely, very welcoming....More
We unintentionally arrived on a Sunday at about 4 o’clock we were warmly greeted and led into a small room out of the main area. We all chose the three course meals which were very reasonably priced at £15.95, I had the potato skins and...More
Homely atmosphere in this lovely inn, with brick walls and features, giving an old tavern feel, but with a nice warm modern touch. Food was absolutely delicious and very reasonably priced, with an average meal costing around £8 (great for quality of food). Well worth...More
We went the the Stag last Friday night and even though the village had a power cut from 4.00pm and the power not coming back on to 7.00pm they had the full Christmas menu available at 7.30. The pub was warm and cosy and decked...More