Beer at well under three pounds that tastes as though it ought to be double the price and a fantastic, friendly atmosphere makes this TV free hostelry a delight for traditional conversationalists. My one (tiny) gripe is the service. There are two rooms served by one bar and the staff are invisible from one if they are helping in the other. Occasionally they forget to check the bar that they're not in (if you see what I mean) and customers have to go round the building to get served.
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