We knew within moments of entering that we'd picked the right pub to have lunch. There were pithy sayings and one-liners all over the place, and a pinboard full of rather risqué postcards, so it was obvious that humour was appreciated. The building itself was authentically old, but sympathetically furnished, and the toilets were pristine. The beer was very well kept, and our food was tasty - freshly cooked, and very generously portioned. A lovely little pub.
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