Great pub, we visited for lunch, the food was good and decent portions.We had a table in the corner which was ideal as plenty of space for our dog to lie down out of the way. The fire was on which made it cosy. I liked the coins on the fire place, being collected for mountain rescue.
Very busy which is a good sign.
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