Village pub with interesting bric-a-brac in attractive rooms, popular bar food and several real ales
Good Pub Guide Recommended
There's a lot to look at in this bustling pub - both in the flagstoned main bar and in the attractive beamed and carpeted restaurant on the right: woodworking and farming hand tools on magnolia walls and hanging from beams, old photographs of prize-winning farm stock and a framed valuation inventory of the pub in 1903, a deer's head, lots of books and pot plants and some interesting prints. Also, cushioned wall and window seats and traditional pub tables set with candles. Four real ales from breweries such as Bespoke, Cotswold Spring, Otter and Wye Valley on handpump, ten wines by the glass and local cider; background music and board games. On the left, you'll find additional dining space for families. The summer window boxes at the front of the building are very pretty and there are picnic-sets on the terrace and in the garden and a children's play area; the lower part has a smoking shelter and barbecue area. Wheelchair access. The little church above the village is worth a visit.
Good Pub Guide Food
Well liked food includes sandwiches, prawn cocktail, pear, stilton and walnut tart, ham, egg and bubble and squeak, steak in ale pie, sausage and mash with onion gravy, thai-style cod cakes with sweet chilli sauce, spiced chicken breast with moroccan-style vegetable couscous, duck breast with red wine sauce and boulangère potatoes, mixed grill and puddings.
Good Pub Guide Information
in: Dogs Bar
in: Childrens Garden, Childrens Indoor Bar, Childrens Indoors Rest