My wife and I recently walked the Cotswold Way. Tormarton was our last overnight stop before we got to Bath. The Major's is the only pub, though there is a hotel nearby. However, being keen 'pubbies', we were always going to go here. And we were so pleased we did. It was a Sunday and quite quiet, beyond other walkers we'd met over the week. The landlord mentioned in passing that few locals use the place which is a great shame. It had a lovely, comfortable bar area, a large 'games' area for locals and a table-clothed restaurant. There was a good choice of, mainly local, ale and the menu, though very pubby, was varied. Everything appeared home-made and those who had the venison pie were waxing lyrical. For £9, it was terrific value.
I left feeling slightly flat because, though I may be way off mark, I would worry that, if we returned to the area in two years' time, the place would no longer be open. The Landlord has been there 20 years and it is the kind of place that should remain as it is for years to come. Please visit if in the area.
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