Came for the weekend. Ate here twice and the food was excellent. Service with a smile. Good choice of ales and good prices. Freshly made food. Was made to feel very welcome.
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Visited here on a Friday night, managed to get a table last minute. Had the special of the day for the started (Gnocci) followed by home made pie for main. The food was lovely. Great cocktails and the staff were really friendly and helpful. Great...More
Popped in sunday for quick pint with hubby & 2 friends to check out new owners etc. Decided to try the olives and olives and bread to absorb the alcohol which was very nice other then we had to fetch our own cutlery none supplied...More
This is a lovely friendly pub and the meal we had was delicious and an excellent price. Lots of locals in the pub but no one stared; we were made very welcome.
My good lady wife and I had attempted to eat at the Horse and Jockey about 12 days ago but due to a kitchen fire food was not available. Nonetheless,we did call a couple of times for drinks and were very warmly welcomed by staff...More
Five men walking had a booking at the Horse and Jockey for B&B. When we arrived it was closed due to a fire. to cut a long story short, we managed to contact the Landlady who came along and let us in. As the fire...More
We had a meal on the first night we arrived, think we had last table so very busy. The menu is old fashioned pub food done very well, portions good sized and at a reasonable price. Friendly hosts especially blond bar lady was very nice...More