This could just be pub heaven - a 17th Century, family run, coaching inn with oak beams, carved settles, open fires, newspapers to read and jazz in the background. This busy country pub has been in Debbie Shaw's family for 60 years. Carl and Debbie have been at the helm for the past 14 years and have received several well deserved accolades for their congenial welcome, fine ales and excellent menu.
Carl chefs and produces everything himself (including the bread, chutneys and cheese biscuits accompanying your meal). Preferring to use local and seasonal produce the menu could include steak and Unicorn pie with braised red cabbage, calves liver on bubble and squeak, home-grown rhubarb and ginger mousse with gingerbread or the renowned stick toffee pudding with black treacle sauce.
Service is swift and friendly and, this being a Robinson's house; Unicorn Best Bitter, Dizzy Blonde and Build a Rocket Boys by Elbow plus seasonal ales are on hand pump.