The Haywain is a pub but that does not decry from the fact that it is also a superb Restaurant.
There is always a warm welcoming atmosphere when you arrive. A well stocked bar awaits
and you can enjoy an aperitif on the terrace at the rear, weather permitting, before retiring to the Restaurant.
The Restaurant extends from the bar area into what the Proprietors call ' The Snug ' which is
a secluded space with just a few tables - - our favourite space to dine !
CAMRA I am sure are regular visitors to the Haywain and the quality and choice of Real Ales confirms this !
All are served in excellent condition and are rotated regularly. Kevin takes a personal interest
in this side of the business and has regular Beer Festivals in the Garden (Highly Recommended)
The Restaurant offers an excellent variety of home-made dishes - simple but delicious.
We've been coming here ' on and off ' for years but in the future it will definitely be more often.
It's a real family pub/restaurant and my wife and 10 year old daughter accompany me on our visits.
The last time we ate here was a week or two ago just prior to one of their ' Beer Festivals '.
My wife had a fish dish which was excellent, my daughter had a simple ' Ham & Chips '
and I had a superb Ribeye Steak cooked to perfection ( Med-Rare) with the usual accompanying
vegetables. Incidentally they serve the steak with delicious fried onions NOT onion rings and
the chips are home-made of course!!
The only slight negative is the choice of wines which is somewhat limited.
They will however allow you to bring your own wine, subject to a corkage charge.
The staff are happy and helpful, attentive but not intrusive.
All in all an excellent place to visit and enjoy with the family.
Truly quality with a smile :)
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