The menu here is a simple mix and match or burgers and toppings, looks nice but have not sampled yet. The pub has undergone a refurbishment and looks clean and inviting, lots of interesting use of space to create seating areas for small and larger groups.
I have been in a few times for a pint and the real ales are well kept. Pure Gold, £3.30, was a lovely drink, a golden ale with a crisp, slightly citrusy finish, Cascade, £3.20 from the Leeds Brewery also good.
The B&B have four real ales and the same number of lagers, plus draught cider and a range of bottled ales and ciders.
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