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The Woolpack is a well loved pub with a big welcome and is affectionately known locally as ‘The Woolly”
It has undergone a fantastic transformation over the years but still managed to keep its traditional pub hospitality and values that are so important to everyone who knows and loves it.
There’s a stylish bar, shabby chic mismatched furniture in great fabrics with confident colours and textures and a beautiful dining room with contemporary re-claimed chunky tables and seating.
The menu at The Woolpack changes with the seasons and has modern Mediterranean influences comfortably interwoven with British classics such as succulent steaks and fish and chips. There is a comprehensive wine list, and a great selection of continental thirst quenching beers as well as cask ales too!
The very fabric of the building lifts your spirits the minute you walk through the door and it is the perfect setting for a long lazy lunch, a catch up with your friends and family or in fact any occasion surrounding good food and wine.
Our opening times are:
Monday to Sunday from 11am
Dining room from 12 noon
Beat the winter blues and come dine with us
Come and try our delicious seasonal dishes to make those cold winter nights all the more bearable. Not only this, but Chef has created a vegetarian menu and an exciting kids menu meaning everyone is happy!
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If you love a bit of bubbly then fall in love with Thursdays as we give you Prosecco for £15 and House Champagne for £20!
Lazy Weekends Start Here!
We all love a lazy Saturday – the perfect day for a long lazy lunch, a cheeky cocktail and a catch up with friends. Be sure to book early!
The Great British Roast on Sunday
We are all about relaxation on Sunday, so come in for a top-notch traditional Sunday roast with all the trimmings from £9.95!
We’ve got roaring log fires, Bloody Marys, Sunday newspapers...
What better way to spend time with family or friends?