A lovely country pub with excellent ales and good wholesome food and a warm welcome. Pie night and quiz night with a curry was great and folk night on Thursday evenings fun.
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Lovely setting, nice place to relax for a beer or soft drink.. Ordered some starters, two platters to share for a starter for 4 Adults.. not impressed with the portion on the platter luckily I did not order this as a main.. Then the main...More
We were at a nearby festival and lost my wallet. Luckily my misses had her card separately. Tom the owner very kindly offered to help by doing cash back as a favour. So after a swift beer each we headed back to the festival. As...More
Lucky we had prebooked a table as the pub was very busy, however service was efficient and timely. We both had steak they were very well cooked and everything else on the plate was clearly home cooked; including the onion rings. We had a starter...More
This was the best meal out we've had in a long time, from quality of food, very good prices, and service from the bar girl waitress was excellent. Nicely done out inside but still has a pub atmosphere. Seating outside in front of village green,...More
We have enjoyed several meals in this friendly, busy pub and cannot criticize any aspect of the experience. The Sunday lunch especially gives good reason to visit.
Happened upon this place while visiting family in the area. Must admit I wasn't expecting that much. It's in a bit of a rural backwater but a pretty area. 14th century looks a bit understated but a cosy warm welcome inside. Smart clean real fire....More
We wanted to take my father out who is in a wheel chair to somewhere he could watch the rugby on TV, and rang the Union Inn. On the website they say that food is served from 6.30. I explained the circumstances. They arranged for...More