Short notice, food was outstanding, service friendly and warm. Very nice country pub, most relaxing surrounding. Great price.
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Busy night due to Bonfire & fireworks night being held nearby. BUT they had run out of mullled wine by 7pm - this is a local feature of the bonfire night so I would have expected a good amout to have been prepared. " bar...More
Had a family lunch here recently. Lovely location and pleasant enough inside but two of us had lamb shanks which were rock hard and we couldn’t eat them. The rest of the food was mediocre. Such a disappointment.
Visited with friends. Welcome was good. Food I had steak and blue cheese which for the price was not up to standard was tough to cut and fatty I think I had about three mouthful’s of meat. Went to pay at the bar but had...More
Had lunch here today, lovely food and very friendly. A warm welcome for my dog and they are mountain bike friendly too!
Superb pub with loads of character, and in a lovely remote village setting, with a great menu of quality food. Having lived so close I'm not sure why its taken me 58 years to find this gem?
I wonder if the hammer ponds being nearby was anything to do with there being a giant inflatable hammer in the back garden adjacent to our party of 11 in the upstairs dining room away from most of the diners. It was a good idea...More
Not sure this is a restaurant..it's a pub, serving food with its own brewery. And very good too, everything we want, welcoming staff, good food, good beer and great setting. We all enjoyed their fish and chips (one of us had curry) and after moving...More
My 3 daughters and I popped in for lunch on a Friday. On the plus side the service was very friendly and quick. Could not fault this at all. Great place for a drink and the selection of wines very good. The food on the...More
Nice beer and a great, full-on, pork pie ploughman’s dinner. Friendly efficient service from our hostesses. What’s not to love? Been before. Will keep on going. Recommended.