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Met friends here a halfway trip of 85 miles. Communication to book was first class. Reasonable parking but muddy. Pub looks inviting on the web, but!
A cold November lunchtime we went in and the place was cold. Two very small wall heaters situated near...More
Husband 22yr old son and I popped in for lunch. The menu was really varied but not too much choice just right. Homemade freah food was a pleasure not like a lot of franchises where the food is brought in. We all love halloumi and...More
We were motoring around Harlow Common looking for somewhere to stop for a drink & something to eat & saw signs for this pub.We went down this narrow lane & found the pub on the left. There were plenty of people sitting outside having a...More
So, another week, another family meal. When no-one else could accommodate us (a party of 10), Google became our friend, and this place popped up.
What a find !! The place dates back to the 1600s; and the decor is old style pub. The staff...More
Lovely cosy pub located in a country setting. The decor is really quirky and fun.
We had some yummy homemade food from the menu. My carbonara was great with loads of bacon and mushrooms. Yummy and fresh. My husband enjoyed his fish but was a...More
Meet with a friend for a meal and a beer we and we where the only ones eating. Landlady (i presume) very nice with a equally helpful younger lady and a rather energetic very young lad we i presume they were teaching and had ahabit...More
arrived at pub. it was very quiet.looked at the specials boards. good selection.
Ordered at bar. I had pork belly.very good.Wife who eats very little had scampi,chips and peas. My sweet apple crumble and custard .good.Wife Vanilla and chip ice cream
which unusually she ate...More