This pub has a stunningly beautiful setting - high on the hill with great views across the valley towards the lovely woodlands, abounding in trees. When the weather suits it would be delightful to sit outside, but the interior is also very appealing - look out for the exhibits relating to music hall star 'Little Titch' who was born in the 'Blacksmiths'.
Motivated staff take care of their customers. When we were there two of them generously spent a great deal of time and trouble to help a woman trying to find somewhere in the area.
The food was good - we had baked potatoes - and while the potatoes weren't big, the fillings certainly were and, along with nice salad accompanying them, this made for a very satisfying lunch.
Only reservation was that it took far too long from placing the order for two simple dishes - when the pub was far from busy - to getting them before us.
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