The “Oddies” has been a favourite amongst discerning diner for many years, until it was sold to a national pub group in 2004. A couple of local “Oddies” fans have bought the freehold and undertaken a major refurbishment and upgrade of the building, offering, feel and look of the 17th century building.
The Oddfellows has gone back to a more traditional feel and look, where customers will always receive a warm and friendly welcome, excellent real cask ales, fine wines and fabulous British food. The kitchens have been completely renovated including all new equipment.
A new oak staircase spanning all three floors has been fitted to allow us to serve our fresh food directly from the kitchens to ensure our diners receive the excellent quality food prepared by our Chefs in the best condition possible. The pub itself has undergone a major refit, new oak bar, wine store, three new fireplaces with log burners, exposed old timber floors and complete redecoration. The dining room has also had the full treatment, with exposed oak floor, new lighter and cleaner look, private dining room, snug & library with chesterfield settees.