Parish, HA9 8HP
Decor is traditional, with a patterned carpet and upholstered banquettes. There are at least three flatscreens dispersed around the pub. There's also a jukebox and quiz machine at the front, a fruit machine next to the bar, and a dartboard at the very back.
Kake, Kat, Ewan, and other Tube Walkers visited on a Sunday afternoon in July 2013. There were a few other people in, but luckily there were enough tables free to fit our group of nine. No music was playing, but the RTÉ Sport channel was showing on the flatscreens with the sound on fairly quietly.
There are no handpumps on the bar, but on our visit there were keg fonts advertising various drinks including Guinness, Tetleys, and Magners Golden Draught. A pint of Guinness, a pint of lime & soda, and a half of lemonade came to a very reasonable £5.35.
According to a sign on the wall as of July 2013, they accept cash only.
Accessibility: A small step to get in, no more than an inch or so. It's stepfree once you're in, including to the bar and toilets. The ladies' toilets have cubicles with doors which open outwards.