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Such a shame, beautiful old building but awful food. We went in for a post walk drink and decided to have a slow cooked pork belly roast. It was awful, tough, fatty and the sides were terrible. Perhaps the worst bit was the thick, viscous...More
Mid point location to meet up with my Daughter. Fires on in the lounge and dining room. Christmas decorations up as well. Very friendly staff and chilled with a drink in the lounge until called to our table. Great menu choices and I can recommend...More
3 couples good Sunday lunch with a good variation of dishes nice atmosphere with a sunny garden..
The food was a tad cold when it arrived.however the table service was fast and very efficient we will be back .
We did not stay in the...More
It was a lovely sunny October day and just right to sit in the garden. We shared a ham hock terrine and a mezze plate. Standard supermarket fare but none the worse for that, though £23 is perhaps a tad steep. Add £10 for an...More
Had the roast with Yorkshire pudding. A few pints of stout and took.in the view from the beer garden. If you are travelling in England and want the true experience of an old historical pub. Then go no further. The meal was 12 out of...More