This is a smallish unpretentious town pub frequented mainly by locals although it is quite welcoming to visitors. The decor goes back many years and gives the place the atmosphere of what a pub was like decades ago. It is elegantly tatty and in winter very cosy around the fire while much banter is thrown back-and-forth between the customers and the staff. The fear is that when the current landlord retires someone will take it over and ruin the place by giving it a lick of paint or something more drastic!
While it does not do food it is friendly and worth a visit (though I’m not sure if children under 18 years are allowed in).
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