This pub, which has had a chequred past, is now right on the top of its game. The new owners (Sean and Ness) are really welcoming publicans and have developed a good team of staff around them. Food is excellent, sometimes outstanding, and they always have a wide selection of real ales, all very well kept. My only comment, which could help their profits!! is that they could do with 2/3/4 wines of a higher calibre on their list (especially the reds). I would be quite happy to pay up to £25 for a better wine than they do now. Not that I mind a top price of £17.00 odd, but that wine is no better than mediocre.
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