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Never changing, thank goodness, I went as a child and now I have taken family and friends.
On a hot bright day, socks off feet in the river , a pint of refreshing shandy and a packet of crisps .. paradise. Always a well kept...More
We all know that a good meal out brings together a number of important elements - good food, good value, good welcome, good surroundings. The Jug and Glass delivers on some of these but not all. The food was good but not excellent - this...More
Our walking group called unannounced at lunchtime whilst a large pre booked party were being dealt with in addition to individuals who had called for lunch. The staff were very busy but coped very well. The food served was of a high quality, as always,...More
My husband and I stayed in a holiday cottage in the area for a week. This cute pub was our local and is situated on the corner of a quiet village, overlooking a lovely brook and village common. We attended most evenings and were always...More
After some kerfuffle about my brothers wheelchair and access into the pub, we settled down and ordered our food. Two Roast Dinners (one lamb, one beef), one cod and chips and one mushroom stroganoff. (I had a pint of Old Trip - that always puts...More
Feeling peckish and just happened upon this quaint little place! pooped in and it was obvious from the start that this was a popular haunt for food as it was buzzing! Lovely menu available and the staff were really pleasant and cheerful. The food was...More
We decided last minute to go for a spot of lunch.I had past it several times before and thought what a lovely little pub it was.We made our way and were pleasantly surprised by how full and welcoming it was.The staff were pleasant and helpful...More