The pub is an old 16th Century inn with lots of character. Low ceilings, lots of beams, creaky furniture and a roaring fire.
We'd been here once before and enjoyed it, so had been meaning to come back.
5 of us ate and all enjoyed our meals. The menu is typically traditional british food. Between us we had game pie, slow cooked lamb and home made burgers. All very tasty.
The Hogs Back T.E.A. on tap was in good condition.
It was a Saturday night and the pub got very busy, so we were glad to have booked ahead or we would have been out of luck.
Only a 4 star rating because there was a very strong smell of cleaning fluids lingering. Perhaps to mask something more untoward. Even the camembert we had for starters was over powered. Fortunately it had subsided by the time our main courses arrived and certainly didn't ruin what was otherwise an enjoyable visit.
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