This traditional pub has everything you could possibly want. The pub is clean friendly and inviting, they have a food menu which is not too big but offers a selection of most dishes you would expect to see. We ate both dinner in the evening and breakfast the following morning and the food on both occasions was faultless and enjoyable. The staff went out of their way to assist, finding a table for us to eat in the evening, (booking is advisable), offering to carry cases up the stairs to our room.
The room was spotlessly clean, the bed was comfortable although the pillows were slightly too big for us (no problem there if we had wanted we were offered extra pillows etc, nothing is too much trouble). There is an hairdryer and tea and coffee making facilities with biscuits provided and in the bathroom which is ensuite there is a soap dispenser, shampoo and conditioner dispenser and pristine soft white towels.
I would not recommend room 3 for a person who is less able bodied, as there is quite a steep staircase with very shallow winding steps at the top.. The bathroom is very small and there is no handle to hold on to when getting in and out of the shower which is quite a high step up and down, otherwise a very nice clean functional bathroom in every way.
There is a small car park next to the pub which can get busy but it does empty quite quickly too so we didn't have too much of a problem parking. The staff advised that it is ok to use roadside parking also.