The Prince of Wales
Pubs and Bars with Restaurants
The Prince of Wales’ new owners, Tim and Nicki, have clearly poured their heart and soul into reviving this much-loved country free house, and it has certainly paid off. New visitors and regulars alike have responded resoundingly positively, as no matter when you visit, a welcoming community atmosphere is guaranteed.
Head chef Robert’s menus can be perused either in the relaxed, well-appointed restaurant, or in the equally cosy and slightly more informal lounge area, which is also warmed by a log-burning fire in the chillier months. Food on both the lunchtime and evening menus take cues from traditional pub-style fare, with classic ploughman’s and a range of generously filled baguettes and jacket potatoes served during the day, and everything from homemade beefburgers and pies to lasagne and battered cod offered in the evening.
There is a separate function room available for hire by prior arrangement, which is perfect for special occasions, family gatherings and milestone celebrations, and the suntrap beer garden can be taken advantage of in the summer. Additionally, a number of village clubs and gatherings such as darts and cribbage take place here every week, so who knows; a visit might help you discover a new pastime.