Attractive old looking pub just outside the village with quaint rooms full of character. Good choice menu ranging from sandwiches to full meals and some very good ales. We went at lunchtime and just wanted something light - my wife had a confit duck salad which was fine - I opted for a baguette. What arrived was a very large baguette - bordering on a small loaf which was impossible to get your mouth round. It was all bread and little content - In the end I discarded the baguette and just had the cheese with the accompanying salad. I have eaten here before and thought it was very good but I would avoid the baguette in future.
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