I was on a pub crawl with my friend last week and we happened upon this little bar by accident. It's right on the corner and as it was raining we stepped inside.
I immediately felt at home and the atmosphere was upbeat and friendly. You could tell it was a place for regulars but at no time did we feel we didn't fit in.
The lady at the bar was very welcoming, chatty and friendly and even went out of her way to go down to the cellar without being asked to bring up some more flavours of crisps and nuts we could choose from.
There is a roaring fire and seats as well
as tables to either stand at or park a stool.
Not a huge pub, but just about the right size for me.
Excellent choice of all the usual spirits, wines and beers. I'm not a whiskey drinker but there was literally loads of whiskeys to choose from all lined up on shelves behind the bar.
All in all, a good experience and I'd be happy to recommend it to people of all ages.
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