We called into this pub at around 12.30 on a Monday and were lucky to get a table. It’s popular. It’s attractive and largely unmodernised. It feels authentic and what a village pub should be. Parking is limited in the lane but there is a village car park.
We had courgette fritters and a shared plate of seafood with flatbread. Tasty and excellent for lunch. More substantial meals were available. There was also a daily choice of soup and that was a generous helping.
This pub is on a bit of a tourist trail because the village is so attractive but it’s still worth it. Prices are reasonable but tables are very limited.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking