The pub was founded in 1846 and it began its life as the Bedford Arms. Ten years later it changed to the Prince of Wales and in 1965 became The Fox & Pheasant and their have no intention of changing its name again!
Not only are they a snug pub in the winter with 3 fire places, a dartboard and dog biscuits for the well behaved companions (dogs)! They are lucky enough to be able to wind back our roof in the conservatory for those long summer lunches too.
Alongside our a la carte menu they have a bar snack menu that not only runs all day, everyday but also contains hearty pub classics. Roasts run all day on a Sunday and they guarantee to make sure you will always have ample spuds, gravy and yorkies!