Village pub with interesting bric-a-brac in attractive rooms, popular bar food and several real ales
In summer, the window boxes at the front of this bustling pub are very pretty and there are picnic-sets in the garden and a children's play area; the terrace hosts popular barbecues. The flagstoned main bar has cushioned wall and window seats, traditional pub tables, a log fire, four real ales from breweries such as Bespoke, Kingstone, Wells & Youngs and Wickwar on handpump, nine wines by the glass and local cider; background music and bar billiards. On the right is an attractive beamed restaurant with interesting prints and bric-a-brac; on the left, you'll find additional dining space for families. The little church above the village is worth a visit.
Good Pub Guide Food
Bar food times: 12 - 2, 7 - 9
Using local produce and rearing their own pigs, the well liked food includes sandwiches, king prawns in garlic butter, chicken and leek terrine, ham, egg and bubble and squeak, steak and mushroom in ale pie, leek and parmesan risotto with a poached egg, poached salmon with herb and cheese polenta cake in rich tomato sauce, and puddings.
Good Pub Guide Information
Good pub guide approved
Dog allowed in: Dogs Bar
Children allowed in: Childrens Garden, Childrens Indoor Bar, Childrens Indoors Rest