Stayed in the hotel over the road and popped in here for some lunch. It's very nice food and the staff are friendly. I recommend the steak baguette for lunch you get really nice chips with it and gravy and it's a good price as...More
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Very quirky little pub in a very nice setting. We came here for drinks while staying with friends and the sort of outside area is lovely for sitting walking. The Mango Cider they serve here is just delicious.
Plenty of real ales served by very friendly staff. We did try the food but it has been highly recommended by friends. One of the best pubs in the area.
Walked with friends from allestre. The holly bush was our target for lunch. Great choice. The 4 of us shared 2 ploughman platters. Really nice real ale. Super friendly staff. Loads of choice. Looking forward to a repeat visit.
I visit this pub regularly. It us an old quirky pub and the bar and snug can seem a little dark but in my opinion that is part of its charm. It is great for a summertime lunches in the garden or in the covered...More
Wonderful pub, friendly, welcoming, gorgeous tasty and interesting beers and ciders. Vegetarian food was delicious, well done the Holly Bush, way better then any other 'pub grub' for vegetarian options. Lack of seating so book in advance.
This place has it all; an authentic friendly cosy pub with nice outdoor space, a great range of good quality drinks on offer and excellent food - with choices for special diets too (gluten free/veggie/vegan). Well worth a visit - this is what a pub...More
Brilliant excellent food great value wide choice of beers and the bar snacks are brilliant ( order a pork pie bring your appetite ) and the staff friendly and helpful,will definitely be back again
Hi thanks for your glowing review! See you again soon! Kind regards James Bar Manager
keep up the good work, what your doing is great. Pint and a pork pie with english mustard is a must.
Thanks for the review and such a bold statement in the title, its good to hear! (plus we heartily agree) Kind regards James