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Recently stayed in a B&B in the village and enjoyed a couple of evening meals at the pub. It has great character and characters and the food was really enjoyable; fresh and well cooked with generous proportions.
booked in advance for the upcoming wedding of my stepdaughter at a nearby venue, could not give me the two days required but promised to try all they could to help. And true to his word he came up trumps, and during our very comfortable...More
It is over 40 years since I last visited this local village pub in Stainforth, North Yorkshire and if my memory serves me well, little has changed since my previous visit - there are still the oak-lined walls and stone clad floors with a raoring...More
The 'Grumpy Old Man' wears a T shirt advertising the fact - a sense of humour!!!
The food is home made and excellent with portions so large they are super filling.
Dogs are treated to water, biscuits and chocolates (if owner agrees) by Maureen.
Thank you for your review - I am sorry that I missed you but look forward to your return and I can definitely recommend the steak and ale pies.
PS. I prefer Eric Pollard lol
That's the sign in front of the pub, so there is a warning lol - Victor meldrew wasn't obviously around when we all went in for a drink with our dog but there was a lovely landlady and a normal bloke pulling pints. The beer...More