If it’s fine food, delivered to a refined and high standard you’re looking for, then the Bridge Inn is the perfect gastropub for you.
There are fine views to be taken in from the pub’s garden, where you can sit with a drink (or dish) and watch the lazy canal boats gently chug up and down the waterway.
If you’re looking to make a holiday of your visit to the area, then the pub has four beautifully put together rooms for guests to spend a night or two in.
As with all great gastropubs, local produce is central to the Bridge Inn’s offer, as the pub’s website states: “The Bridge Inn is a community pub in the heart of the village.
“We pride ourselves in producing delicious, locally sourced food, including our own homegrown veg and our own bred pork.
“We delight in discovering delicious and interesting ales from around Scotland, alongside creating a wine list of elegant wines to suit all tastes.”
Fancy something extra special? Then the pub has its own private dining area for special occasions and the garden can also be hired.