The Duke of Cumberland has been a pub since the 1700s, so it comes as no surprise that it’s a hotspot for those seeking a bite to eat and a tipple or two. Step inside and find a friendly, tranquil space where you’ll want to while away the day. There are no airs and graces, so feel free to sit back and relax all afternoon, or make a quick pit-stop before heading out for a countryside walk. Having undergone refurbishment, you’ll now find mismatched chairs, calming tones and eclectic artifacts inside the pub. An open fire, intimate lighting and snug all add to its appeal.
The food is fresh and homemade, its traditional character echoed in the careful yet unpretentious presentation. There are classics on the menu that the team can’t resist ,including beer-battered fish and chips, a homemade beefburger piled with cheese and bacon, and pan-fried sea bass on a bed of new potatoes, peas, broad beans and lardons, alongside seasonally changing specials. The sharing platters and hand-stretched pizzas are great options for sociable dining. Sweet treats change weekly and may include cheesecake, chocolate brownie and fruit crumble. Feeling hungry yet?
In the summer months take your food and four-legged friend outside and dine al fresco in the garden where you can see and hear the trickling Mell Stream. For amazing value for money, a warm ambience and fantastic fare, look no further than The Duke of Cumberland.