With real fires, traditional homemade food and a wide range of ale brewed on the premises alongside guest ales and cider. The home-brewed ales are suitable for vegans, who are well catered for here. The Lime Kilns is a boater’s paradise; with free 24-hour moorings on the canal, it’s the perfect spot to indulge in a delicious meal and explore the area before sailing on. In the summer months, dine al fresco in the large beer garden overlooking the water. The menu boasts an extensive range of locally sourced dishes including lamb in rich blueberry gravy and vegan dishes such as black bean jumbalaya. There is an impressive range of 14 homemade pies to choose from. For those in search of a lighter bite, the lunch menu showcases plenty of filling baguettes, sandwiches and jacket potatoes. Offering real value for money, the evening meal specials features the likes of two 8oz rump steaks and a bottle of wine for £24 Lime Kilns is well worth a visit. Dogs are welcome downstairs in the Stable Bar.