Busy and friendly 17th century pub, which has more seating than you would expect from the outside. The Youngs beer was terrific, and the food excellent. We went as a large party and the menu had something for everyone - it was delicious not just the sausages but the fish and gammon eaters said theirs was excellent too. Dogs welcome which was another plus for us. But watch out it's on a bend in the village and you might miss it.
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