Proudly housed in a characterful 300-year-old building, The Cross Keys’ passionate owners have worked hard to complete the pub’s extensive refurbishment. They have chosen to blend original features with tasteful contemporary touches, making it the perfect local pub.
The food offering matches the traditional, charming feel of The Cross Keys. All of the dishes are homemade using fresh produce from local suppliers. Providing a good range of gluten-free options, the team strives to offer plenty of choice to all its patrons. The specials board changes regularly and features hearty goodies made in-house. The saying ‘save the best until last’ rings true when it comes to the homemade puddings – look out for marmalade and whisky bread and butter pudding, apple crumble, sticky toffee pudding, and Bailey’s cheesecake. Opt for a Sunday roast for an end-of-week treat, and afterwards take your tipple into the lounge and unwind next to the flickering fire.
The Cross Keys has a large familyfriendly garden where guests can soak up the sun in fine weather. In the summer, the recently redesigned garden features new gazebos, fantastic play equipment for your little ones, and plays host to monthly events with great entertainment. Add to the mix weekly barbecues and the annual beer festival, and you’ll see why this pub is a real hub of the community.