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Our first stop on a lush evening..
Great choice of local ciders and ales and along with an amazing beer garden with views to die for - what more could you ask for. Such a shame that this has now closed down
stopped for an enjoyable lunch.limited menu but something for most tastes and is of good quality.cider was good also.wish this place was within walking distance as the cider is moreish.pleasant staff and customers creating a good humered atmosphere
We ended up there after a lovely afternoon walk. We pop in on occasions for a few ciders but tonight we stopped for food. So glad we did it was perfect!! Good food great hospitality, well recommended if your passing or make a special trip...More
Easily accessed from A38 towards Bristol. Lovely cider. Simple menu eg ploughman’s lunch, ham egg and chips, served by friendly staff. Sit outside as it’s great. Ideal place for a simple yet tasty lunch with friends.
Popped in not expecting much from the name other than cider and likely a bit rustic but how wrong could I be! For sure there was cider a plenty but I was blown away with the atmosphere, great service and spotlessly clean, contemporary surroundings. Service...More
What a great place . Went here for an event which ended up being canceled but it didnt matter. The place is so friendly and if you like cider its the place to go. Great setting and the food top quality and great portions the...More
My family and I went for Sunday lunch after the Cubs remembrance parade. The adults had ploughman’s cheese and ham, the boys had ham egg and chips. Super food , excellent service and lovely atmosphere. Don’t tell everybody otherwise it will be too busy. A...More