The location is beautiful. The pub was large with plenty of seating and real fires which made for very cosy eating if you got there early enough to get a table by one of the fires. The food was absolutely delicious and they were very good portions, definitely worth the money. Not your bog standard pub grub. Not sure how accessible it is during the summer months and it is down an almost single track road but definitely worth a visit if you are in the area. We went two nights in a row.
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