Very impressed - we were walking the Cotswold Way nearby and a friend booked us in for lunch. Very scenic spot at the very top of the road going through Stanton, so don't despair if you think you've missed it. Panoramic views over the village below and the Vale of Evesham beyond.
They provided plastic overshoes for our muddy boots and had no problem with bringing in our dog. We were provided with comfortable seating and quickly had our drinks orders taken. The food came in man sizes, so no-one left hungry. Some went for main meals such as fish and chips or gammon (around £12-14); others went for a filled baguette with chips on the side (or sweet potato chips which were excellent), coming to £10 a head. The service was very friendly and all went away very happy with their experience.
Definitely worth a visit again - might bring the family next time. Also worth a summer evening visit as the views from the garden tables are excellent.
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