With parts of the Castle Inn dating back to the 10th century, this is a venue that comes with all the charming trappings of a rich history. Importantly, the Castle Inn has maintained its status as an independent free house, allowing it to provide patrons with only what it believes to be the finest cask ale and real lager.
This independent mindset is similarly afoot in the kitchen, with a wide range of British traditional meals that display all the flair and imagination you’d hope to find from a venue of this vintage. Head chef Matt Brown is renowned throughout the region for his previous work with gastropubs, where his care and knowledge of produce’s provenance has helped to ensure that fresh flavours take centre stage. The same is certainly true here, where you can choose from innovative and exciting dishes such as the homemade burger topped with salt beef brisket, smoked Applewood cheddar, red onion marmalade and burger relish; or the trio of pork belly, slow-braised pigs cheek, and pork fillet medallion served with sweet potato purée, black pudding and sautéed spring greens.
Good food and drink are served in a fantastic atmosphere, in a manner befitting this fine venue. Visit the Castle Inn to dine in a genuine slice of English history.