From Our Editors
The Masons Arms was originally built as a private house in 1685 and became the local hostelry in 1861. This traditionally-styled inn provides a spacious garden at the front and a secret garden at the rear. A wide ranging menu is served at lunchtime and evenings offering a selection of popular home-made favourites. Diners can also enjoy real ales, draught beers and lagers from a well-stocked bar. The dining room hosts a traditional skittle alley and customers are welcome to strike up a game.
Friendly staff fabulous food, will definitely go again.
Excellent value and service.
Lovely place to sit outside on a nice lunchtime or evening. Really nice food and good selection of drinks.
Best to phone to book or check booking though as when we used the booking tool there was no record of our reservation!
The ploughman’s we had was adequate but we have had far better elsewhere. The waitress was delightful but the two guys were most unwelcoming.
The pub was interesting and in a lovely location
Really enjoyable ploughman's. Plenty of choice and a good range of drinks to choose from. Staff were friendly and helpful. Although it was only 5.00 pm when we arrived there were other customers arriving and a lovely atmosphere with lots of banter between and with the " locals ". We would definitely recommend The Masons Arms.
Always a pleasant lunchtime with friendly, helpful staff and a great sharing board. Thank you.😀🍺🥂
Wonderful pub with fabulous views from the garden. Food was delicious and staff very friendly. Would definitely recommend
Absolutely super value , added a couple of extras from the new menu . Lovely place with pleasant dtaff
The Masons Arms