I will keep this brief. We were short of choices visiting in mid January Monday and Tuesday but chose this place as first two choices were closed. Could have walked out after the indifferent welcome we received but stuck at it as we did not want to travel far that night. The food was excellent cannot deny that and credit to the cook. For me choice of cask ale was limited to one. The negatives, we were not made to feel welcome, even though we were the only customers besides a lone elderly drinker who left soon after we arrived. We were attempted to be ushered to a table in the cold side of the bar where there was no fire. When asked about the other side where a log burner was, we were told it was being set up for dominos. That was true on three of the four tables but the fourth was free. So anyway we choose ourselves to sat there, the log burner was not that effective anyway. Q by the time we had eaten and left the dominos had not started and no one else had arrived. What was that all about?
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