This is what a pub should be. Local food localish drinks great venue and atmosphere and it doesn't cost an arm, leg and kidney. Well worth it!
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This place never fails to impress me....been a few times now...the food is to die for, wine is wonderful and excellent service..stopped off on the way back from a village show, we were a bit peckish and we had missed lunch..but we were offered nibbles?...More
Our first full day of our holiday we went to the Riverside for Sunday lunch. Although they were buisy we were sqweezed in and enjoyed our meal so much we immediately booked for the following Sunday. Although we were early on our second visit we...More
Location is very interesting and the welcome by staff excellent. We enjoyed dinner that was promptly served.
Four of us had dinner on Saturday evening. We have eaten there several times during the last three years. Heard that the business had been sold and therefore we were slightly unsure of overall service.The premises were immaculate and the service friendly and professional. The...More
Impressed with the friendliness of everyone and the place feels homely and cosy and that comes from the warmth of welcome. Not pretentious at all. The food is delicious - best breakfast I have had anywhere, and the steak the night before was cooked to...More
We are locals and called in today on the chance of a free table Very nice welcome from the young woman looking after the bar area Although very busy with pre booked tables, we were given a place straight away Lovely home cooked food and...More
The rooms, inn and restaurant are housed in buildings alongside the river Lugg. As well as somewhere to sit by the water there is also an area of grass on a terrace above the inn and its car park. Our room, the Hayloft, was accessed...More
Enjoyed a quality three course meal at this relaxing comfortable pub and will definitely be popping in again sometime in the future.