Prince of Wales
Pubs and Bars with Restaurants
The Prince of Wales is a great example of a brilliant traditional pub: it’s got great food, cask ales and cosy decor. The landscape of Peasedown makes for a pleasing view from this historic building. Having taken over in September 2015, owner Gary has spruced it up and diners can now choose to dine in any number of cosy spots throughout the comfortable pub.
The food offering is all that pub grub should be. Popular mains include game casserole: venison, rabbit, pheasant and wild boar served with herb dumplings and vegetables, and the trio of sausages (venison, Cumberland and wild boar) atop bubble and squeak with red onion gravy. Locals flock to savour the Sunday roast that’s served weekly. If there’s something you can’t see on the menu and Gary has the ingredients, just ask and he may be able to work his magic to bring you the dish you desire. The same goes for children’s meals – Gary can create smaller portions to feed little mouths. Make sure you don’t miss out on Gary’s famous fruity bread pudding – diners are always asking him to whip up his mum’s secret recipe. One thing you can be sure of is leaving with a full belly, as portions are generous and hearty.
The five well-appointed en-suite bedrooms are perfectly situated for those wanting to stay awhile to unearth the local area further.