On a weeks holiday in the area, my family and I (group of 11) had this pub recommended once and then because we enjoyed it so much we went back again!
Easily accessible by car with plenty of parking to the rear. A few tables out front but these are by the main road. An oldie worldy interior with beams, fireplace and a traditional bar with a tastefully more modern extension which suited us. Along with the normal menu there is a blackboard which was different from one visit to the next.
All the starters we tried were excellent with only one exception, the goats cheese tart. The garlic mushrooms and the anti pasti coming in as our favourites. When it comes to the mains, the pork with black pudding and the chicken in sauce were clear winners. Puddings looked great, but we never managed to reach them!
Unfortunately, the only negative was the staffs attitude. Poor welcome and patchy unpredictable service. Such a shame when it's such a nice pub, takes the edge of it somewhat.
Regardless, we'd still go again if in the area, it's refreshing to find somewhere that fits our group size so easily.
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