Relaxed and friendly, not intimidating to strangers. A cosy urban pub with an Irish feel and sports tv. A worthy pit stop.
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We only found the Cornerstone by chance, as it's a bit out of the way, but on a quiet Monday night it was the only place in town we found doing good beer and with some life. Later in the week we had a meal...More
Believe me you have to visit this place good choice of ales very good food and a great choice. You walk into the bar then trough it to what can only be described as a café but what a great place just so so unusual
We went here on the offchance looking for a simple meal and it fit the bill. We both had the daily special (beef bourgignone) and it was tasty and good value (£10 each). Plenty of mash to soak up the stew, filled us up nicely....More
Stayed for a week recently on the island and found this gem of a pub on our third day. It is not located on a main thoroughfare and we only found it by chance during our street walks. It may be only a fairly small...More
We visited this pub 10 years ago and probably better now. Owned by The White Rock Brewery, 3 of their beers on, plus ciders and other beers. If you are a Camra member you get a discount on pints. We ate here most night, lovely...More
A small bar area at the front serving a good selection of ales. Friendly staff and efficient service. Restaurant at the back serving pub grub to the accompaniment of the pinging of the microwave - the food was a bit of a disappointment. I had...More