the pub is quite hard to find but it is worth the journey. the menu is short, rump steak and chips was the obivious favourite. prawn cocktail or pate to start, there is a choice of about 5 or 6 items for each course. the wine list is limited but a fair range and fair prices. real real ale, the barrel is in the bar! very friendly service and a warm fire. do not sit at the table next to the fire unless you like heat. the front room has a better atmosphere than the back, but is often crowded at weekends. we will be returning.
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