Large pub by the canal; has a dedicated restaurant area, but one can also eat in the bar. Despite its size, its popularity means it gets pretty crowded. There is plenty of parking space, though wellies might be in order in winter weather to negotiate the puddles and mud.
Plenty of choice on the menu. Food is mid-range pub fare of the steak, shank, lasagne, burger, gammon, chilli con persuasion. Homemade pies in three varieties also feature. All the dishes our party of six had were of good quality, well prepared and presented, and came in generous portions. Prices are maybe a pound or so above what might be expected in this market.
A good range of well kept real ales includes local ones from smaller breweries as well as more mainstream offerings.
Staff were welcoming, friendly and efficient.
All in all a very good hostelry well worth a visit.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.