We wanted to have Christmas lunch out this year to take the pressure of having to cook it for 16 people plus. We booked at the Rising Sun, £40 per adult and £20 per child - We had a great meal and the food was...More
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Had Sunday lunch which was well cooked, came with a very impressive range of vegetables and was very competitively priced. The roast beef was nice and pink with the roast pork being very moist and tasty. Service was good and a village pub atmosphere very...More
Started a stag do / pub run here. Great first stop, had a lovely breakfast and was a good start to the day. just a shame about this hill (to get back up afterwards).
Found this by chance as it was close to rental cottage. Planned to try other eateries, but this was too good. Tasty food, good helpings a friendly welcome from staff and locals make this a pub not to miss. Good selection of ales and ciders.
We had delicious fish and chips here. The staff and locals were very welcoming and food delicious. Good value for money too.
We visited the area a week ago and the pub was about 100 yards from where we stayed. Full marks for the welcome from the Landlord and his staff, with decent beer. We found this pub had a friendly atmosphere and it catered for all....More
Myself and my wife were reintroduced to this pub after many years my some friends, and after many visits later I can honestly say what a reintroduction, it may not be fine dining at a posh gaff but it is wholesome and hearty food and...More
down a narrow country road, car park up a steep incline ,car park not very big you have to park your car on the road
Another excellent experience at the Rising Sun. This time I tried their Sunday roasts; I'm so glad I did as they are delicious. Gluten-free gravy an option and as I happened to talk to the chef ahead of time, she made mine dairy-free and was...More