Went on Sunday afternoon, the pub is lovely inside with nice fireplaces and with good views from the back rooms. The staff on duty was very friendly and made us feel really welcome. There was also a good range of both beers and whiskies.
We ordered two steak and ale pies and the Cumberland sausage child meal and a bowl of extra chips. The wait was reasonable at around 15 mintues however, the food that arrived was just awful. The pie was in fact a slice of pie, on a pile of chips which had some burnt, some OK and some almost raw? The pie was full of fatty, gristly meat in a pastry case which had a burnt top and a completely raw soggy bottom. It was the last day of our trip we just couldn't be bothered complaining, my husband even wrapped half of his remains in a serviette and took it to the loo bin - so we wouldn't offend the staff!
We can recommend the pub for drinks but do not eat there.