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We came here for a meal in the evening. Staff were pleasant and helpful and there was a good selection of meals on the menu, all at very reasonable prices, especially when we saw the size of the meals! Excellent value for money..we would eat...More
After visiting a national trust site in the village we stopped off at this attractive little pub for a lunchtime meal. The landlord pointed out the specials, which seemed a bit heavy for the time of day. After his suggestion, we chose a starter and...More
Lots of nooks and crannies. Traditional looking old pub. Patio garden then if you plough on round the corner there is a large lawned garden with lots of benched tables and umbrellas. We were there on a Saturday late afternoon and it was quiet and...More
Called in twice on 16 and 22 June. Ales very well kept - good choice from micro brewers. On second visit had filled baguettes for lunch which were of good quality and reasonable price. Pub bars pleasant. Bar staff friendly. Strangely we were recommended to...More
With a group of friends, before entering this pub for a drink we stopped to look at the 'Winged Wheels' plaque fixed to the wall of the pub, as we are all cyclists. This is a very old sign awarded by the Cyclists Touring Club...More
Arrived by ferry from France. Driving there as it got dark. Even with a GPS it is a very hard place to find.
Once you are at the inn all good. But i double parked asking where I could park.
The barman had no idea!...More
Initially thought this was a nice country pub when we walked in. Unfortunately the fire was unlit on this cold November lunchtime. My wife ordered steak and ale pie and I fancied the beetroot, spiced bean and feta burger.
Well, our food appeared and I...More
we have just got home from a very enjoyable lunch at the Smugglers inn, we all had roasts very good indead and good value (£11.50).there was plenty of room and good local beers, pleasantly suprised, and will recommend to others. puddings were great and the...More