We were in the area so called in for afternoon tea. This was so enjoyable that we went back for dinner.
This pub is most unusual, with old books and games on the tables and a warm log fire to welcome guests. The music in the background was french or Ella and added to the mellow ambience. The food is good although not exceptional. The Scottish cheese board was particularly good, with the addition of frozen grapes which gave them the quality of a sorbet. The service was very attentive when Giles, the proprietor, was there but was a little chaotic in the evening when he wasn't. However, we had fun and would recommend it if you would like to try something different. Good choice of real ale and other drinks.
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