Staying over on a Saturday night, we walked up to the top of the village and intended to work our way down through each of the pubs. This was our first stop.
Made up of four rooms, the first two and small, dark with roaring fires and that old medieval feel to them. Then it opens up into a huge modern area which is beautiful with great wooden floor, tables and huge windows overlooking the brewery at the back. The last room has the main bar with a lovely seating area, mostly of which was reserved. We managed to sit in a lovely window seat next to the fire.
Nice range of cask ales on, fiancé managed to find one he liked after chatting to a couple of locals and trying some.
Not much change form a tenner for two drinks though, ouch!
Over the weekend, we actually visited here on 3 occasions as it was so nice. We played board games too as there are loads of them dotted about in the small rooms.
Apparently, they book up well in advance for food, so if you want to eat it may be worth booking before you go.
Lovely bar and definitely worth a visit.
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