We called in here in the way back from a long walk on Easter Sunday. Somewhat cold and mud stained. We were staying in a cottage just up the hill so it was ideal. We arrived after 2.20pm and I asked the friendly barmaid if they were still doing lunch she checked despite saying they normally finish at 2pm. We were shown into the restaurant at the back where we had a lovely beef carvery. The food was v nice and there was plenty of choice and portions. It was about £8-9.00 I also had a couple of pints of Abbot Ale which was a good pint. The locals were all friendly and it was a nice normal local pub. Worth calling in for a beer or a meal.
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