Well worth the trip up the hill to this beautiful village. Great traditional pub that gives a traditional Lancashire feel. Wonderfully friendly staff, which is what Lancashire people are about. You get a good pint too.
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Three of us called in during a wet and windy walk. Staff were very welcoming, good selection of real ales, good food, quite a bit of choice for vegetarians too. Quick service, solid pub food but good quality too. Will definitely go again when in...More
Had a wonderful meal at the Brink tonight. Saturday 27th Jan 18.The Food and Beers are ALWAYS Spot on,never been disappointed,the atmosphere the same. The establishment is spotlessly clean, caps off to the back room staff. The staff are all lovely, cant do enough for...More
Very good quality food. The broccoli soup and the Indian mixed starters were fine. Fish pie was very good as was the Cumberland sausage (was a bit well done) and chips. I can recommend the peppercorn sauce. Only comment I would make is that the...More
We were shown to our table and then the gentleman left without giving us menus. So waited 25 minutes, still no menus. I approached the bar and spoke to a polite blonde lady, I mentioned we'd been there 25 minutes, hadn't had any menus or...More