This pub has a great atmosphere and sits in a beautiful setting which adds to its appeal, the menu I ate from was the lunchtime menu which had a good choice and was good value, the only let down was two of our party ordered and were told the dish had sold out which was fine as the rest of the menu looked appetising. The chips were beautifully homemade if just a little underdone and the gammon I had was juicy and well cooked, only weak points were floppy undercooked frozen onion rings and only one vegetarian option available. All in all a great pub lunch in a fantastic setting.
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