Great location but kind of hidden this pub has a vast array of ales and ciders to try, super friendly staff and is also dog friendly..... what more could you ask for!
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Visited this lounge bar about 5 years ago and went back on a Friday afternoon on my return from St Anns. When asked the bar man what ciders they had I was quickly pointed to the bar on my right and there was a selection...More
Been before, just for drinks, but yesterday tried their pizzas for the first time, and were not disappointed. Had one hot and spicy, one duck and onion, both delicious. The beers and ciders were excellent, as always, and the staff friendly and helpful. CAMRA discount,...More
Great little rustic type pub that sells good real ales at a reasonable price. Really homely atmosphere with cheerful staff. The food menu needs extending and the toilets could do with an upgrade.
the real ales served here are some of the best kept in town----great choice and also real ciders( boxed ) which can be a little on the strong side but full of flavour---all this combined with a great atmosphere makes for a proper pub night--one...More
This is the second time we have been to this pub. It was a very cold and rainy day. As we walked in was lovely and warm. The staff was so friendly and helpful. My husband is really fussy on his real ale, but had...More
Went here with 2 of our friends that are real ale drinkers, whilst we are lager drinkers! Its a great pub for both- really good selection of ales but has decent bottled & draught lager. Does wood burning pizzas which were great. Really friendly bar...More
Good choice of cask ales, good choice of ciders (boxed), would recommend "No Brainer". The guy running it was attentive, helpful and knowledgable on the beers and ciders he was offering. Comfortable enough, not far from attractions. The only thing I would say is, the...More