A lovely, Grade ll listed Old Coaching Inn. As a Freehouse Guest Ales are regularly available.
Keeping You Safe
Social distancing update -
Face masks aren't required but should you wish to still wear one then you can.
Table service is still available if you wish, Please just let a member of staff know upon arrival.
Hand Sanatising is still in place on arrival and at the bar.
QR codes are still around the pub if you still wish to track and trace.
Whilst we are open to see you all, we are still doing Takeaway meals with Free Delivery (Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays) continue (up to 3 miles, minimum order £10.00).
To Book Your Table or make an enquiry, please email us via firstname.lastname@example.org
We're so proud to be a TripAdvisor Award Winning and Covid-safe venue, and we can't wait to welcome you back once more.
If you prefer to eat at home, our Takeaway service is for you.
Free delivery within 3 mile radius on Friday and Saturday Evenings 5-7.30pm as well as Sundays 12.30 - 4.30pm.
Just give us a call 01908418918, place your order, chef cooks, we deliver, you enjoy.
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You can enjoy regular events such as live music, quizzes, open mic night and much more. Please see the Events & News page for the latest updates.
37 Seat Restaurant
Large Garden & Car park
Restaurant & Bar Menus
Function, Buffet & Events Menus
Great Sunday Roasts
Locally Sourced Specialties
Gluten Free and Vegetarian Options
Games Room (Pool & Darts)
Live Music Events
22 Seat Bar Area
EVENTS & NEWS
The Talbot Dog Breed History:
The Talbot was a breed of now extinct hunting dog. Being highly regarded for their loyalty, Talbots were a common amatory motif (a token of love and or desire). The Talbot dog was also adopted as the livery badge of the Talbot Earls of Shrewsbury; a contemporary poem referring to John Talbot as ‘Talbott our goode dogge.’
We can assume that the original of this badge would have been worn as a symbol of loyalty, but whether this was loyal love or loyal allegiance is uncertain.