Book a Table

Use our live booking system below to secure a table in one of our restaurants. Please note that our Long Room restaurant is for larger parties and Boat Room is for more intimate dining. Our outside and bar areas are all first come first served and cannot be reserved.

For bookings of more than 20 people please call us on 01392 210590

Dog Policy

Please note we do not allow dogs, except guide dogs, into our restaurant rooms, but they are more than welcome in our first come first served bar area and outside on the terrace.

Pre-Orders & Deposits

An invoice will be emailed across with the deposit amount on, and can be paid via the link on the email.

We require a pre-order of your meal choices for any tables of 12 or more in our Long Room.

Please note we discourage children under the age of 12 in our Long Room past 7pm due to the nature of some of the parties we entertain. However, they are more than welcome in Boat Room our intimate dining area.

You will automatically be emailed a link to your online order form when you book. If this does not come through please let us know. We ask that each guest’s name is provided next to their order to keep everything running smoothly on the night. 

Please note that no amendments to pre-orders will be taken within 48 hours of your table booking, except cancellations.

We will also require a deposit of £10 per adult and £5 per child (under the age of 12) for any parties of 20 or more people. Please see our Terms and Conditions for more details.

You can pay your deposit via the button above.

Invoices and receipts can be produced on request. You will receive an email confirming your deposit payment once it has been processed. Please use that email as proof of payment.

Deposits are non-refundable, and are deducted from your bill at the end of your meal.

For Room Hire terms and conditions please see here

Alcohol, Young People and Challenge 25

Drinking alcohol at any stage of childhood can have a detrimental effect on the development of vital organs including the brain, liver, bones and hormones. In particular, alcohol during teenage years is related to a wide range of health and social problems.

That’s why an alcohol-free childhood is the healthiest and best option.

Our policy is not to allow anyone under the age of 18 to consume alcohol within our premises. We believe this is a responsible approach to protect children and our licensed premises in the sale of alcohol. For this reason, we run Challenge 25 .  This means that we ask anyone who looks under 25 for ID, and will only serve alcohol to those who can provide us with valid ID.

We also hold a zero-tolerance approach to intimidation and harassment of our staff and will not hesitate to refuse alcohol or service to customers who act in this manner.

Without this policy our staff and premises alcohol licence could be at risk, and so we thank you for your understanding.