This has been my local and favourite boozer for years - why, because it is just a good, no nonsense, local pub; the type that is becoming an endangered species. Six real ales (all local, except for Doom Bar), a range of ciders and an excellent garden which is a real surprise.
I am perhaps biased, offering a five star review, but I cannot think there is any other pub I would rather be in.
Someone posted a comment that his Granddad used to go there and that the pub is "Small and very quiet". It's the sort of pub you go to meet and make friends; if you are expecting bands, a noisy jukebox (there is one, but it ain't noisy), and drunks falling over each other, don't bother - you are sure to be disappointed.
Come along and see what a real pub is like.