We stopped at this pub last week for lunch. The mock Tudor design is not what you would expect in a small hamlet. It looked just like some of the pubs we stopped at in the UK and you would have sworn you were in one with the exposed beams, brass fittings and the general layout. The only give away was the Australian cold beer and the Australian accents. The hosts, Ian & Bronny, were really friendly and made you feel welcome. We ate outside in the gardens which was very relaxing. The meal was beautiful and it was a huge serve(couldn't eat dinner that night). Compliments must go to the chef and his apprentice. It was a very enjoyable experience.