Proper old fashioned country pub, great real ales and cider. Decent home cooked food, and friendly staff. Spot on
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We have had a number of meals here, all cooked to a high quality. The staff are very friendly and helpful. Nothing is too much trouble. The décor of the pub gives it a homely atmosphere. Would highly recommend.
We always used to meet our family here as it is a halfway point between our homes.....my husband and I called on our way back from dropping our grandson off. We wished we hadn't, the food was ok, but looking round, we started to notice...More
Used the app Around Me to find this place. Walked in was very very quiet. No hello etc from staff on arrival. Gentleman behind the bar seemed a little impatient with us making our minds up with drinks but seemed polite enough! Decided to stay...More
Stopped here on the way to our narrowboat and had a very good lunch and a couple of pints of well kept beer.
We went as it has been months since we have been as it is out of the way for us so it is more of a drive. It was quiet just a few tables were there when we arrived. I had the 8oz gammon with...More
Very dated decor. Needs a good tidy up. Tables strewn with owners paperwork and generally bits of untidiness everywhere. Dusty old faded dried flowers need coming down off the wall and binning. Back bar is unused and cluttered with car boot trinkets. Has a bored,...More
Mother's Day meal, pre-booked: If you like overcooked, congealed jelly for a gravy in your steak pie (comprising cheap cuts of meat) then this is the place for you. Furthermore, if you enjoy waiting for one hour and 15 mins to be served after placing...More
We ate lunch at The Bulls Head today and as usual we weren't disappointed. Lovely meals all round. Staff very welcoming and pleasant. Waiting on staff are all lovely. Food was brought out plentiful and hot. Plenty of fresh vegetables and thickly sliced meat on...More