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A lovely, charming pub with a great atmosphere and an excellent selection of Gin and draft beer. We didn’t stay to eat, but the food we saw looked and smelt delicious, will definitely be staying for a meal next time we pass.
Always a pleasure to go there and the customer service is always top notch. Clean and inviting atmosphere. Have eaten there many times over the years. I feel that the quality of the food is nice, although not as good as it has previously been,...More
This is a proper old fashioned pub. Nice old bar, loads of beams and glasses and bottles hung everywhere. And a fire. It’s a brilliant place to spend a winter evening and the food is absolutely outstanding, especially for the price. Their steak pie (sourced...More
Post walk lunch. Our group of 8 had a wide range of superb home-cooked meals ranging from venison braised in red wine to home made fish soup and home made quiche. All were top quality. Beer was also highly recommended. Staff were friendly and efficient....More
Came here after climbing Snowden and I had the chicken in leek and mushroom sauce with chips and vegetables,, all our food was good, we all had something different and it was all Fresh and tasty. The bill For 4 was £49 and there
Whilst staying in the local area we popped to this pub for a pint. What a pint! The beer is kept at a high standard. We enjoyed the Banks Bitter and Butty Bach. However, the ales are constantly changing so who knows what tasty ale...More