Lovely village pub. The staff were very friendly and helpful staff, it was a nice atmosphere, and good food.
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I visited this pub on Saturday with a group of friends, it was so welcoming and had a real home;y feel, it was full of locals and there was a smile for everyone. The food was delicious and given the size of our group the...More
We booked a large table here to celebrate a friends birthday. The service was fabulous. The staff could not have been more friendly or helpful. We all enjoyed the food we ordered and although the pub was busy at no time were we kept waiting....More
I ate here with a group of 12 friends on Saturday evening. All the staff were lovely and helpful, we had a large food order and lots of drinks, nothing was too much for the waitress. Once we had finished we found we were not...More
The rudest landlord we have ever encountered. Having called and asked to book a table we were told by the landlady none were available however we could pop in and wait. When we arrived the landlord said there was not a table available but we...More
My Pilates friends meet up here after a morning class for a catch up and coffee. A lovely situation, very friendly pub, good service and good coffee.
Not a great experience. Landlord seemed uninterested and bored. Food mediocre and so hot it burnt my wife’s mouth ( Microwaved I suggest) and drinks very over priced. Much better pubs nearby I/e The Lamb at Eastcombe.
The food was absolutely excellent and the beer and wine selection was great too. The staff are very fun, especially Bella!
A medium sized group of 12 adults and 2 children all left happy - and full! A great selection of offerings available and all excellent quality. Not all of our group chose the roast option but those that did were very happy with the portions...More
Have just got back from The Ram Inn and had the best Sunday lunch for a long time. The food is always good there but never been for Sunday lunch before. Will definitely go again. The lamb was superb, roast potatoes delicious as were the...More