The
Boar's Head

2021

From the 3rd January we will be closing our doors until mid February when we hope to welcome you all back for dining, drinking and overnight stays.

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Monday – Friday
Food 12.00-2.30/6.00-8.00

Saturday 
Food 12.00-8.00
 Sunday
Food 12.00-7.00  Sunday Lunch Menu

 

 

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Bedrooms

We look forward to welcoming you back to The Boar’s Head in February 2021.

All our bedrooms will be cleaned by an external contracting company who fog the room after each use and in preparation for the next arrival please see link on the fogging process (https://www.oneservicegroup.co.uk/hotel-cleaning/) Each room will be inspected daily by our Head Housekeeper and only the Head Housekeeper to reduce contact. Alliance our providers of cleaning and sanitizing chemicals will continue to supply all our products and COSH training Introduction of antibacterial products to be installed in each guest room. Our laundry company will deliver linen which has been machine washed in excess of 60 degrees, the required temperature to kill any trace of disease.

Guest amenities will be reduced in the room to essentials therefore reducing the risk of contamination. All cups and glasses in rooms will as always have passed through our washing machines with temperatures above 60 degrees again removing any possible diseases

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Food & Drink

We will closed until mid February 2021.

We are serving a menu full of your favourites including the return of our popular Sunday lunch menu. If you would like to reserve a table, please book via. Open Table.

Sample Menu         /          Sample Sunday Menu
Don’t forget to check our opening times (at the top of the page)
• The largest party size will be 6
• Dining slots will be of 2 hours maximum
• Outside dining will only be offered on a first come first serve basis
Reserved tables can only be held for 15 minutes; please try to be on time.

If you chose to drink outside and it begins to rain, we may not be able to relocate you within the pub, so please bring your brollies!
Empty glass policy, if your glass is empty you will be asked to vacate your table to allow waiting patrons to enjoy a drink. Finally, for the moment we are unable to offer any parking , but the village car park will be open and we ask for no smoking. Click here to view our current risk assessment 

Looking for our Christmas Opening Times? Click Here

 

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