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Lots of character, good beer & cider and nice food served at lunchtime only (unfortunately). Lovely log fire in Winter, nice beergarden for summer. Very pretty and characterful from outside with beautiful hanging baskets and small play area for children. Well worth a visit (again...More
Lovely old pub. Quite a favourite of mine as I met friends here regularly when I was younger. Good beer and ciders. Lovely in summer as seating outside. Good car park. Outside toilets can be a bit chilly!
Very friendly pub
Based on a few visits, would categorise "the Kicker" as a friendly local traditional pub. Food limited, but baps are fine. Not particularly small child friendly (except in summer) which I'm ok with! Owners and most staff v.good, though when someone else is managing can...More
Stopped off for lunch on our trip from Lincolnshire to a week's holiday in Devon - a really good experience - very friendly staff, excellent value soup (proper home-made!) & sausage/onion roll delivered very promptly. Pity it's so far from home!
We popped in on the hunt for some good but they only serve food from 12 - 2.30 so we stayed and had a drink instead. A very old quaint pub but it was quite busy. A good range of ciders and some real ales...More
Oh the joy of it. A proper English pub with a fire and locals. Such a joy to know this is really how the pub has been for a few hundred years. Great choice of soft rolls or if you prefer baguettes, inspired fillings and...More
Walked over from Nailsea via Tyntesfield Saturday morning, arriving just as they opened at eleven. Enjoyed a lovely coffee in front of a log fire and a chat with another early bird. This pub has kept it's charm for as long as I can recall...More
I just love old (in this case 14th century) British pubs. The only thin I miss about England having lived in France for over 16 years is a good pint of real ale in a traditional tavern. The Black Horse ticks all the boxes for...More