After visiting the local RSPB site my partner and I happened upon a board directing us to this beutiful pub and we were both so glad we did. We walked in to be greeted by a roaring fire inside a victorian range just what we needed after our damp walk. The gentleman behind the bar we assume was the owner could not have been more welcoming, greeting us with a smile and more than the usual pleasantries. My partner was pleased to see real ale and opted for the Yorkshire blond kept perfectly he said.
We grabbed a table by the fire and chose our food i opted for the fish and chips and my husband the brisket sandwhich. Both meals were plentiful and arrived in good time. The fish was cooked perfectly and the chips were some of the best i have ever had. My partner said the brisket sandwich had him lost for words. All in all what a lovely place and one we cannot wait to return to.
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