Many travellers and their pooches drop by this traditional bolthole to imbibe and dine. On arrival, begin with a refreshing pint at the bar before you cast your eye over the traditional menu. Set off on the right foot by ordering fresh mussels steamed in Chardonnay, onions, garlic and cream, then perhaps devour the lamb rump with red wine jus, or fresh monkfish poached in curry sauce.
Swing by on a Sunday and succumb to the tasty carvery – a great way to round off the week. The large beer garden with a children’s play area, and darts area make this a place to enjoy come rain or shine. BT Sports show the latest action, while live music at the weekends draws the crowds in further. After lapping up everything this pub has to offer, you’ll leave feeling anything but weary.