Attended this venue mid week (10 July) as an alternative to having a meal at the pre flight hotel we had booked locally.
I used trip adviser to source local possibilities and all in all I think this was a reasonably good choice.
The venue is a 17th century inn which is clean and attended by pleasant staff and there is ample parking and outdoor seating.
It was not busy and we were attended to very quickly.
We ordered 2 coffees, a prawn cocktail, a tomato soup, 1 fisherman's pie and 1 beef in ale pie.
The food arrived in good time, it was an unhurried meal in every way and served in pleasant surroundings.
The food for pub grub was very good with one exception, the soup was straight out of a tin which isn't acceptable even in a pub if you are charging restaurant prices for it. (£4.50).
The bill was around £30 so no complaints overall.
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