A warm welcome from the landlord as well as the local customers makes this a very special place. All mobile phone use is banned (a £1 fine to a charity box) and there is no music or children. A roaring real log fire and a superb range of Real Ales. The facilities (including the loos) are clean and hygienic.
The food is to die for. We love the home cooked soups - we tried the curried parsnip soup and the chilli beef and potato soup. These are a meal in themselves and are delicious. The soup was served quickly - even though there were a lot of other guests in the pub - and was accompanied by piping hot soft bread and butter.
There are lovely walks nearby - we recommend the level walk along an old disused railway track bed beside the North Bank of the Western Yar; just cross the bridge and take the path by the bungalow to your right. It's about 45 minutes to Yarmouth and you will see a host of waders and ducks.
I am surprised there is only one photo of this establishment and its lovely surroundings so I have added a few here.
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