It's so nice we went back three or four times for meals & drinks (as we were staying in the village via Sykes Cottages). The owners are great and looked after us at each meal. Excellent food and a selection of local Ales (try the Yellowhammer) & Ciders. This place is steeped in history, especially WW2 where Winkley hosted an airfield nearby. I've uploaded a photo of the WW2 zone map which sits next to the kitchen entrance. Fantastic ambience. Do NOT try & pick up the 10Kg lead bananas on the window sill with an outstreached arm (I kid you not). It can get busy, so in season i'd recommend booking a table in advance if there's more than two of you. When the pub winds down a bit after lots of food orders the owners will come over for a chat, which was really nice. When we are back in that neck of the woods we'll deffo re-visit.
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