For excellent-value fare served in a warm and welcoming pub, look no further than the family-friendly Mariners Arms. The building dates back to 1490 and some original features can still be seen today – there’s an arch window from when the building was a monastery, and a Grade II listed Queen Anne fireplace. The menu showcases traditional dishes that have stood the test of time – including a selection of steak cuts and an excellent roast dinner on Sunday. To complete your meal, indulge in a classic pudding such as lemon meringue pie or sticky toffee pudding with a generous helping of custard. Those visiting to imbibe will be impressed by the drinks menu, which offers plenty of variety and excellent value for money. Mariners Arms are proud to cater for babies and children, with a trampoline in the garden and full facilities available. During summer, gather with friends and family in the pub’s fenced rear garden and relax in the sun – not forgetting to have a refreshing drink in hand, of course.