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All reviews the pub steak pie belly pork haggis well worth a visit partridge bubble and squeak friday evening superb food eggs benedict full english pudding feel very welcome a great place to stay warm welcome iain accommodation
9 of us turned up for lunch on a Saturday and were not disappointed. Lovely fresh produce used to cook really nice food. Great service and fantastic value for money. I could list what I ate but everyone had different food and we all enjoyed...More
We stayed overnight as our daughter had riding commitments in the area the following day. As usual the room was really comfortable, warm and well provisioned. Had a wonderful meal in the pub including the obligatory Steak Pie for me, Lambs Liver and Bacon for...More
Had a meal one evening which was excellent, went back a few times during our stay for drinks and joined in with the quiz. Was made to feel very welcome by the staff and locals. Would highly recommend a visit
Booked here for Saturday night
On arrival quickly shown to our table when our drinks order was taken
We had time to ponder over the menu and chose belly pork and sweet and sticky chicken
My wife was first to taste the food mmm how...More
We ate at this lovely traditional pub whilst visiting family. The home cooked food was fantastic. It’s a very cosy atmosphere. The staff were friendly and helpful. Would recommend this little gem A****
Response from SoupbonePew | Reviewed this property |
Sorry, but I cannot honestly say. The bar is in two parts and can often be very busy, which may be unpleasant for your dog. My instinct, meeting the locals is that your dog would be made very welcome. I suggest a quick call... More
Sorry, but I cannot honestly say. The bar is in two parts and can often be very busy, which may be unpleasant for your dog. My instinct, meeting the locals is that your dog would be made very welcome. I suggest a quick call to the owner Iain.