Great food and they even brew their own beer. A real special place with a proper country vibe with an excellent variety of specials.
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Visited this pub whilst staying at the camp site a mile up the road it was not busy the bar man is a very friendly person and he gave us a demonstration of how beer is made on the premises in the micro brewery the...More
The receptionist at our hotel suggested the Bottle & Glass for dinner and an excellent one it was too. A village pub with bar and dining room facilities that seemed to be run by a very young crew who were all very attentive to every...More
Came here on Sunday for a roast, was worth the drive out! Really great yorkshire puddings, delicious gravy, tender meat and cauliflower cheese to die for! Never knew this place existed, a true hidden gem! Nice chilled out pub atmosphere.
We had been looking for somewhere to celebrate a birthday with some friends and settled on the dining room at the Bottle & Glass. We wanted an eastern theme to the menu and Gary, the Chef, created a fantastic menu. The food was beautiful, all...More
After a long cycle ride, it was time for lunch, so came here as was along the way plus it was recommended. The place looks very lovely outside and inside, plenty of seating area, highly recommend to book a table encase it is busy. I...More
We recently went to the Bottle and Glass for Sunday lunch, overall it was good. Two slight moans, were that the cauliflower cheese was mushy and the carpet in the newly decorated last year, dining room was filthy, and the tiles in the hallway leading...More
Staying overnight at a local camp site we were recommended the Bottle & Glass. Although quiet at the time the fire was roaring in the hearth and the staff were welcoming. I thought that the menu was ambitious but both meals delivered just what it said...More