My son & I stopped off at this inn on Saturday after an afternoon's walking, having been recommended by a friend. To be fair, my son's haddock and chips looked delicious - fresh cooked with a crispy batter. Unfortunately the same could not be said for my turkey, ham and chestnut pie. Sounds delicious? Think again. It had obviously been microwaved to heat, as the pastry was all-over soggy (not just caused by the gravy) and stale-tasting, with a tough crust. I was expecting the filling to be a compact mix of meat and chestnut chunks, but instead it was a grey-coloured mush with no discernable taste or texture. I mentioned this politely to the staff at the time who said they'd pass on my comments to the chef, but that's the last I heard.
So - if you'd like a friendly inn with a good ambience, fine, but don't order the pie.