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We called in for a 'cheeky one' after shopping just as it opened. Whilst local to us its one of those places where you say 'we must go' but never get round to it, but this time we did.
Nice small and friendly micropub with...More
Small. Friendly. Sociable and community-minded. Deservedly popular.
3 or 4 real ales, 3 or 4 ciders. Also do wine, but no spirits.
Cheese and onion cobs £1 !
Board games, pub quiz nights.
What's not to like? Unless you want gin. Give gin a miss...More
This was the local sweet shop when I was just a youngster. Interesting to see what it has changed into. Warm welcome, small but not overcrowded, good choice of ales, friendly atmosphere, no shot or lager louts, recommend you try, you won't be disappointed.
Cracking little watering hole, small and cosy with friendly owners and locals. It's a pub stripped back to the basics of what makes a great pub. Consistently good beer and cider, sharing tables and conversation with the locals, an open fire, dogs and kids welcome....More
Small, friendly and unusual micropub in a Grade II listed building opposite the old Home Brewery. Always an selection of a few interesting beers & ciders. The only shame is that it closes early (I guess that's restrictions by the licensing authority rather than by...More
Went on a Sunday afternoon to hear friends play music. Reasonable prices, sell snacks too!
Nice atmosphere and friendly locals.
just check the opening times to avoid disappointment and a wasted journey as it shuts quite early and not open every day.