We went there for a family celebration lunch. We arrived a bit before opening time but a lady kindly let us in and showed us to our table, apologising for any disturbance as they finished off preparations for lunch service.
The atmosphere is delightful, we were sat in a very light and airy conservatory, with large glass windows on 3 sides and a large skylight/lantern.
Service and food were very good and we all enjoyed an excellent lunch. The fish and chips were of very generous portions, as were the roast beef and baked ham. Desserts were very attractively presented.
The only niggle was the amount of noise - from other guests. Nobody was behaving in any way unreasonably but 30 people enjoying lively conversation with their parties (which is what Sunday lunch is all about after all!) do make quite a din, such that a bit of voice-raising was necessary to converse with each other and so increasing the overall noise. The sound meter app on my phone read 76-79dB, (equivalent to traffic and vacuum-cleaners, it said). Although not by any means a scientific measurement, I think that confirms it was quite loud. Perhaps the owners would consider some trendy hessian or other cloth wall hangings on the stone wall and possibly even the ceiling, which may reduce the echoing quite a bit.
However, overall a very pleasant Sunday lunch. Would we go again? If in the area, it's definitely a place we would consider.