Very friendly pub in a wonderful country setting.
The lasagne was delicious although burnt in places which led to pieces too hard to eat. The quantity made up for this because it was a huge helping. The chips would be improved by having hand-cut and twice fried. I don't mind paying extra for the better quality.
Great to have background music but it was too loud and I think something more laid-back would be in keeping with a country pub. I remember the music of Carl and Barbara, the previous landlords - far more relaxing.
All things considered, a good experience.
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