We visited with the whole clan on Sunday lunchtime. They had a party in from church (wedding/confirmation etc) so were too busy to take us for an early lunch but were happy enough to slot us in a little later which was helpful.
The remaining rooms weren't too large - the main bar area was quite full at the time - but they had reserved us too tables in the adjoining room which allowed the younger children to play around a little without bothering anyone.
This is an old English pub with flagstones and an open fire - which was lovely if you know that's what to expect.
The food (Sunday lunch in the most part) was well cooked, the gravy was delicious, and it came with enough vegetables to fill us all up. There were around 4 other options all of which were available in half portions for the kids. I could recommend the fish and chips as the batter was wonderful.
The food service was quick and the staff very pleasant although the drinks service was slow due to how busy they were. The range of real ales was good too.
It's also a community run venture so well worth supporting.
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