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We popped into this pub after a countryside walk in the area. It has a rustic feel to it with an exceptionally attractive and characteristic fireplace incorporating a wood burning fire and the rest that the historic archetypal 'range' has to offer.
Nice pint -...More
Today 14 people ate a Christmas Lunch from a set menu and all agreed how excellent the food and the service was. The portions are generous as was the taste and price. The setting is not where you would expect to find a restaurant on...More
Walked down from our house. We went to celebrate my wife's birthday. A beautiful day and walk ended with a slap up meal. The staff were very friendly and the food was brilliant and very hot indeed. Sadly had to wait a short while to...More
Called in on an 11 mile walk around the marshes and villages around Longton and part of the Ribble Way.
Warmly welcomed by the Landlady, we chose our (local brewed) ales to start our well earned lunch and while we perused the menu.
I've known of the existence of this remote pub at the end of a road by the marsh between the rivers Ribble and Douglas for years, but today was my first visit. Nice open bar area with a table by the fire, lots more tables...More
This is a favourite of ours for a meal - not cheap but you get so much that you very rarely can manage a sweet! There is always lots of meat/fish on your plate, and nicely presented. Would definitely recommend, and in summer there is...More
So so dissapointed in this place, i had heard great things but was left really disgruntled. We went as a family with some of the kids friends and the whole thing was awful. there was a party taking place and as a result we were...More