We ate here 21 and 22 Jan 2013 ( in the bar ) First night Steak and Ale pie ( probably the best I've eaten ) and a very good Fish and chips.
Second night it was snowing hard ( we really should have stayed in, but our hotel was B & B only and we needed food ) The chef had not made it through the snow, but they managed to produce a very nice ham ciabatta, salad and chips for us.
Staff very friendly and helpful, log fires, bar food very good, good selection of beers ( Old Timer is perfect for sitting by a log fire on a cold winter evening )
The real star is the building itself, very old, lots of atmosphere, warm and cosy on a couple of snowy evenings. Highly recommended.
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