I visited this well-maintained pub late on a Sunday afternoon (5pm), having popped in earlier to book a table.
The bar was humming with the chatter of happy folk, many of whom had been out for a walk first.
A small selection of guest ales was available and all were well-kept.
All 'specials' were still available, despite the lateness in the afternoon - well done guys!
After a shortish wait, the food was served, piping hot and generously proportioned! Delicious creamy mash, roasties, carrots, parsnips, cauliflower cheese and peas to accompany your choice of roast.
The pub attracts the 'pubbing' set on a Friday and Saturday night, but for Sunday lunch it was much more relaxed and very pleasant.
Children are welcome (with well-behaved adults?!) but I don't think that the same could be said for dogs - apart from outside I suspect.
Food was good, honest fare, home-made and very tasty.
The standard menu sounded interesting and they do a breakfast menu too!
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