Although the pub itself appears a little rough around the edges given that its most frequent visitors are probably walkers and holiday makers from a local campsite, the warm welcome and generous portions of typically British pub food on offer soon make up for that. The steak pie had 4 times as much meat in as you might get in one of the bog-standard "chain" pubs and you must leave room for the sticky toffee pudding which, again, would easily put the more genteel offerings you get at more up-market pubs & restuarants into the shade. Definitely worth a visit if you're not put off too much by the informal surroundings
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