We know that not everyone wants the same thing from a pub. You might want a pint of local real ale at the bar… A bottle of wine and a grazing board… A meal in the restaurant… A really good coffee and a read of the paper… A lazy lunch in the garden… Take your pick.
We’re passionate about wine and have created a list which offers a selection of old favourites combined with some more unusual and quirky wines. The common theme is that we believe they are all well made wines offering good value for money. Around 15 of our wines are available by the glass.
On the food side, the emphasis is on good quality, seasonal produce and, wherever possible, we source it locally. We smoke our own salmon and bake our own bread and don’t forget that Wednesday is pie & pint day at The Crown. We love Sunday lunch and offer a great roast – bring the family or meet up with friends and catch up on your week.
We’re open from noon until late. So if you’re in need of a locally roasted coffee in the afternoon, you know where to come.
Free wi-fi is available throughout the pub.
We also have a large garden and an enclosed courtyard. It’s perfect for al fresco dining – even on those typically British, not so warm days
Children are welcome to sit and eat with you in our dining areas. However, we don’t feel that the bar area is a suitable environment for children after 8pm. Our kids menu is important to us. It is aimed at children under 8 and each dish is freshly prepared. You can also order a childrens roast pork or beef on Sundays. Where possible, we are very happy to prepare smaller portions from our main menu. Baby changing facilities, highchairs and crayons are available. We have an outdoor play area and lots of space for running around in the garden.
We are canine friendly. Dogs are always welcome in the garden on a lead. If your dog is well behaved then we’re happy for you to have him (or her) on a lead in the bar or in the beamed dining room. We do ask that you keep your dog out of the way as we hope you appreciate that dogs are not everyone’s cup of tea.