Following our lunch and review of the 30 September we are back again and staying in The Cottage. Booked in for dinner for both of our evenings whilst staying here. Why go further? See separate review for accommodation. Very good to excellent food. A surprisingly extensive and quality wine list for a pub but it transpires the owner Mark also has a wine supply business. Three local real ales on pump. Usual kegs. Very good traditional breakfasts including kippers which you don't often see. Alastair Sawday and Good Pub Guide entries. Most pleasant and engaging team. Two dining rooms but we found the one adjoining the bar far more atmospheric and with a great ambience. Doggy friendly throughout. Not that we have a dog but great to see and all part of the British pub scene. Beautiful area.
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