Always has a coal fire glowing in the corner, dark and small and cosy. Good selection of cask ales. Pity they don’t serve food and children not allowed in. If you can handle the locals all stopping to have a good look at you when...More
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A very special pub indeed, with parts going back to the 16th or probably the late 15th century. If you are the kind of person who loves really old pubs which have suffered the very minimum of change over the years, then this is definitely...More
5 real ales (one in jug on bar) and one cider Three rooms, two with tables, chairs and benches and one with settees, the tap room has a small bar with four beers and cider in barrels on stillage behind and a fire in the...More
Stopped off for lunch. Friendly crowd inside who were very cheerful and helpful. Good range of local beer. Lunch was limited choice but was perfect half way round our cycle and great value. Quirky and eccentric
Good old fashioned pub. Beer straight from the barrel. If you like good beer and conversation this is the place for you. If you like loud music stay away. Very friendly. Small, cosy & welcoming. Excellent service.