We happened upon this pub when we moored our canal boat up for the night on the nearby Leeds and Liverpool Canal - it's in easy walking distance. We enjoyed our meal there and the people (owners and other diners) were so friendly that we went there again on our way back. The food is a step up from the usual pub fare, and the portions are generous. I ate off the specials board both times. It's a typical country pub, with a varied range of ephemera decorating its walls and beams, including several old telephones. We'll definitely eat there again when we're back in the area.
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