Visited this pub on a damp and dreary Wednesday afternoon. We had a few hours to kill before our train and wanted a cosy pub to have a meal and a bottle of wine. We sat in a corner near the dining room,there was a strong draught blowing out of the fire...which wasn't on. We moved into the main part of the pub,hoping it would be warmer, it wasn't. There is 1 radiator at the top of the stairs leading down to the ladies toilets.It was absolutely freezing.I had 2 jackets on and didn't feel warm enough to take 1 off. We had ordered our food as soon as we went in, so couldn't leave until we'd eaten. Needless to say as soon as we'd finished we were off! Have never been in such a cold pub before, and won't be going back.
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