This pub claims to have been a tavern since 1577 and it has a delicious historical feel to it. None of the themed and 'plastic' corporate chain formula here. I visited a few years back when it was a good traditional restaurant. Now it's been turned back into a 'proper' pub serving a good selection of real ales, ciders and lagers at reasonable prices. So often pubs in unique/historcal locations overcharge customers for the privelage of being there - not here!Log burning stove, stripped wooden floors, ancient wood carvings on the panelled walls - great atmosphere. The unique selling point is the homemade pies and mash they serve all day. Good crisp crusts with some innovative fillings, peas and a choice of mash flavours served on an old fashioned white enamelled metal plate. £7.95 whatever pie you choose. I went with my son and his friend and it was a perfect venue for a quiet boys night out.
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