Family-run Abbots Harbour, is tucked down a lane behind the Cross Keys pub (also v.good). It's clientele include folk on barge hols, long-distance walkers on the Pennine Way so the portions are suitably v.ample. A really old building with superb rustic interior and is spotlessly clean. Good selection of traditional dishes, roasts on Sundays, all-day brekkers and a good range of puds and veggie food. Fairly priced fare. Pleasant human staff and not drones. Only caveat is service is on the slow-side, but if you're in no hurry this'll suit you fine. I will be revisiting this place with any visitors from far off as they'll love the terrific oak beams and wonky walls.
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