Consistently good food at the Barrel. We had all had lovely meal on a Sunday evening. Good choice on the regular menu plus a specials board.
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Views are great but food is only moderate, I found the sir William pub down the road far exceeds the quality of food and the service
lovely food, starters/desserts around £6, mains £15. Good gluten free provision. Great views from the outside tables. cosy wood fire inside.
Went for lunch here mid week arriving at midday. It is so popular we had to wait for a table for half an hour, but definitely worth it. We had the fish and chips which were large but beautifully cooked with crispy batter. Gorgeous. Will...More
The Barrel Inn is on one of my cycling routes. There isn't a sign saying so but they are open for breakfast. I called in this morning and there was a friendly welcome and I ordered tea, coffee and bacon baps for me a couple...More
The Barrel is situated high on a ridge with spectacular views and great home cooked pub style food. We had the Sunday roast, probably the best we have ever eaten in a pub, followed by a delicious apple and sultana crumble. It was extremely busy...More
The views in front of the inn mad it's worth a visit. Food wise, my friends and I got a pie (Steak & Ale) and Ribeye steak for dinner. The pie was good, but the steak was ok just. The cut of steak was a...More
Good food, good atmosphere, well kept beer. The place has been substantially the same for generations. A lovely respite from modern life.
This pub is in a great location with views across several counties so high up is it. The food is to die for with a lot of variety and well served for the vegetarian. Great beer and a good variety of wines. They do have...More