This green-tiled beauty of a pub provides a proper welcome to locals who drop in for a drink, and might later decide to have a snack. There’s also a dedicated dining room and some rather beautiful bedrooms, while the bar is stocked with Young’s draft beers and all the usual pub fare (they’ll even do you a Bloody Mary if needs must). For something a bit different, quaff a pint of the regularly changing cask beer guest and snack on the likes of sandwiches, confit duck wings with chilli sauce, soup of the day or you could pick a sharing board. Customers heading for the dining room might be treated to wild boar meatballs with roasted carrots and mash, roasted gnocchi with butternut squash, or there’s always the range of burgers to choose from. Sunday lunch means a separate menu of various roasts, while The Alma is also a welcome spot for sports fans looking for somewhere to watch the game.