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After having a meal in the village, my friend who is a local recommended that we came here to have a drink and watch the remainder of the football.
On arivial, we were approached by what seemed a very drunken women in the car park...More
I moved to this area from Merseysidetwoyears ago and I have been looking for a proper pub .My next door neibour who has become a close friend who was in the licensing treadle took me to this pub as it was one of his old...More
Stayed for one night, paid £90 bed and breakfast. Only to find noisy fridge in the room with a half used bottle of milk and two boxes of Kellogg’s cereal packets on the side as the pathetic offerings for a breakfast. There was also two...More
I have been visiting this well run CAMRA Award winning pub for about ten years. Best pub in the village (in my opinion). Friendly staff and good real ale - no food served, so it's a "proper" pub. I tend to have the reasonably priced...More
Many visitors to the village ask if food is served here,they are surprised when you say no,however the way the CASK beers are kept and the ever changing choices you can see why this is ma drinkers pub.It also gives you good choices of a...More