This pub has history as it was first licensed in 1858, and it would look perfectly at home in an English village. Inside it has a small front bar with an open fire and a larger bar further in plus two linked dining areas although you can eat in the bar if preferred. The first dining area is more modern, being brightly lit with light-coloured walls, overhead lighting and light coloured tables, but pass through that and you come to the second dining room which is the opposite with a cosier atmosphere, dark wood walls with wall lighting, dark wood tables and a few booths. The menu, which is the same throughout all dining areas, offers some nice options. Prices were perhaps a little more than average, and to give you a guide the Atlantic salmon is $34, smoked duck breast $34, fish & chips (flake) is $18 for one piece or $26 for two, while chicken or beef schnitzel is $25. However the food was very good, particularly the Atlantic salmon that I had. The only other thing that I would comment on is that in the older but cosier restaurant the table had seen better days with top veneer peeling. A table cloth (even a paper one) would improve this appearance and enhance the ‘posher’ ambience that it has. The service was friendly and I would happily return.