Traditional village pub, cosey inside, nice rustic decor. Unfortunately we found the staff incredibly rude and unhelpful.
Having unsuccessfully tried to book a table the previous night by phone and being treated very poorly, we finally managed to be "squeezed in" for dinner on Easter Sunday.
On arrival we discovered we were only the third table in the dining area, so I guess ~30% capacity is being "squeezed in" then.
The instructions of one staff member on arrival were to order food individually at the bar, but when we went to do so someone else said it was table service, and then no-one came so we went back up again later to order - shambolic, and they acted totally put out by the whole thing.
Food was OK, not amazing but not bad either. Most of us had various Sunday roasts, the lamb was good but the rest, not so much.
I hadn't been to the Village Inn in many years, when I remember it as being a friendly local with excellent beer & food. Unfortunately I can't say the same any more.