A very traditional attractive pub with an extensive menu which is very reasonably priced. Situated slightly off the main roads ensures you can sit outside & enjoy the traditional village setting.
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A lovely classic pub. Off the beaten track easily bypassed in these modern times. Well worth seeking out, child friendly and lovely outdoor space.
A very friendly pub. Served good, old fashioned, pub group and very decent beer. The liver & bacon was a real heart.
The first time I visited was with my dog (dog friendly!) and father, for something to eat. The food was excellent and homecooked, and accompanied the British excellent ales very well! Phil really knows his cellar management and all the beer is incredible! All staff...More
Stayed in our Motorhome for the second time. Always a warm welcome to this traditional English pub, a good selection of well kept beer and wines and the food was delicious and home made. We had the Lasagne and Liver and bacon, both were well...More
A Sunday lunch just like my mum used to cook. A simple choice of beef or chicken and freshly cooked vegetables. The beef was not as rare as I would like but that's personal choice. Lovely roast potatoes and Yorkshire puddings and lots of gravy....More
5 of us enjoyed a gorgeous meal We all chose something different from the menu and none of us were disappointed. Beautiful homemade food, everyone was impressed with the quality. A few of us managed desserts, which were equally delicious Great hosts and lovely staff
Wanted somewhere to stop for lunch on our way to Silverstone in our motorhome and this was just what we wanted. The landlord came out to greet us and helped us to park. The beer was good and we had good homemade pub food which...More