Spent a nice time having a drink in this old pub cold day but sitting by their roaring fire was very pleasant
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Having tried other 'establishments' in the area - thought we would try this - please let it be good - and it was - small and friendly - almost as a gin bar should be - and we were delighted with some peace and quiet...More
This is the best small, town pub for miles around. No music, no carpets, good ale, winter coal fire, locals and visitors, lovely pub food. The whole package.
We were looking for somewhere to have lunch and as always it's best to ask the locals so on recommendation we went to The Grape Vaults. It is a very old English pub with creaky wooden floors and lots of corners to sit in ....More
Popped in here on Sunday for first time, hungry wanting a roast and what a find! Quirky small traditional pub, everyone was friendly and although they were busy we felt they wanted to serve us food and it wasn't too much trouble so we got...More
A really old fashioned town boozer with a surprisingly extensive menu. Very chatty barman. Loos need a a mega update, but were clean enough.
It was a rainy evening and we had decided to go to an Italian restaurant near our hotel, but found it closed. Across the road was The Grape Vaults, which looked like a nice local pub. We went in to see if they had food,...More