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I hadn't been to this place for over 35 years, but as we had friends over from New Zealand, it seemed the ideal place to take them. There is no bar, just a hatch from which the cider is served. The dry cider is unique...More
Nine friends going out for a drink.
This place serves scrumpy, pork scratchings and lemonade.It may serve other things, but I doubt it.
Sitting in the garden with a pint of scrumpy [med] at evening time with moths and bats flying about and the sound...More
Well! What to say about this hidden nook, a perfect spot for a rustic pint of cider far away from the deep fat fryer, freezer, big chain brewery experience of so many 'olde English pubs'.
Our flight over the Cotswold escarpment in a private light...More
I've been to the Monkey House a number of times with my wife who doesn't drink cider, so kindly drives me. Many years ago we used to go to The Plough at Elmley Castle, but that closed, so joined the ever growing list of defunct...More
This cider house has been on our bucket list for absolute ages, so today was our day to pay a visit.
No large pub sign outside so take your sat nav and look out for a thatched house. We were greeted by Jill the very...More
This review is a bit late but here goes. Got introduced to the flat cider by the pint. Had such a good time there that my host became a little leg-Les. Owner was a fascinating lady who was very nice. Met some people who all...More
Limited opening times-best time Sunday lunch time. Also open Saturday night and Friday lunch time plus Wednesday lunch in the Summer. Take your own ploughmans lunch as only peanuts and Kitkats available. Only cider available and maybe wine. Expect to sit outside on rough logs...More