Very nice pub with lots of real ale. Staff friendly. Nice meals as well. Very old pub well worth a visit and they're a b and b as well.
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We called in here on Thursday, which happened to be the day for pensioners. The meal was very good value at two courses for £10 each. The soup was excellent followed by gammon, egg and chips and in the case of my husband, sausage and...More
I have recently arranged a meal for a group of 13 at the George and it was superb. The restaurant is in part of the old coaching inn with oak beams, a gigantic fireplace with a roaring open fire and a listed oak door. The...More
Very warm welcome after a rather wet walk. Asked to pre order food before setting of on a 7 mile walk. Really good idea as the food was ready as served just after we had our beers served . Nice selection of well kept beer...More
We spent an hour here after a short circular walk. The beer was excellent and the pub was dog friendly. We didn't have food so I cannot comment on that.
After a rather trying week my husband and I decided that we deserved a treat, so booked us and the children in for Sunday lunch. My husband and our son had the roast beef, whilst our daughter and I had the roast pork. The pork...More
My family and I arrived to this picturesque village pub where we were welcomed by friendly staff and a lovely selection of Ales. We were put in the restaurant where we had a superb Roast Dinner which we miss now living out in Los Angeles....More
Came on here to write a review of our Sunday lunch and I have to say I'm VERY surprised at the review below... Doesn't seem like the same place?? Anyway, my husband and I decided to treat our daughter to a proper Sunday roast and...More
Upon walking into the quaint little village pub, I felt warmed and welcomed as soon as I walked through the door! I came with a few members of my family. You can tell this was a local pub, with a very cosy relaxed atmosphere! All...More