Great service and a very friendly landlord. Great backyard and typically English countryside. Very close to the home of The Middleton's so perhaps a brush with Royalty may be in a visitors future.
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I tried the other pub in the village tonight. It's a real traditional pub and was frequented by locals. The real ale was well kept and the menu far broader ( and cheaper) than The Bull up the road. The whitebait was really good, crispy...More
Very warm welcome, Good Old Boy on tap, huge garden with view of the hills. We didn't eat there, but it's a lovely place for a drink. Real pubby atmosphere.
After receiving a very unfriendly reception at the pub round the corner, we left without buying anything and came here. What a difference! We felt immediately welcome, and went to sit in their garden (which has gorgeous views), to choose from the menu. We only...More
Food is fantastic. I ordered fish and chips. Lots of home made chips and crispy batter! Husband ordered steak pie and had lots of big chunks of steak. It was a proper pie and not a stew with a lid. Friday evening and no one...More
Let's face it,this place has gone through a bit of a switch back in recent times. I'm very happy to say,though,that it's now getting back to it's best.John,who's remained his remarkably affable self throughout, and Franka are making a real effort. Chef Damien has been...More
Cycled out to this pub for Sunday lunch. Very friendly and helpful bar and serving staff. We sat outside. We both ordered fish and chips where the staff were more than happy to slightly teak the menu for us (salad rather than mushy peas.) Lovely...More
We visited twice while we were in the village - great beer and the steak pie was the BEST I've ever eaten. Full of chunky bits of proper steak. A bargain at £14. The staff are really friendly and I can't recommend this place highly...More