A nice traditional pub. There are only 3 rooms so you need to book if you want to eat, and the tables are quite h close together, but that adds to the atmosphere. We had some good food - we would particularly recommend the beef cheek and the venison. Not everything was perfect, though, the Yorkshire pudding was overdone. Set in a very picturesque village with good walks.
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