Find this popular stone-built inn in some of the island's most picturesque countryside; plus views to the sea. They point out that it's named after a breed of Guernsey cows, rather than a flower, and has recently been carefully refurbished. Expect low beams, winter open fires and real ales.
On the food front you can enjoy everything from lunchtime freshly-cut Sandwiches, filled Ciabatta's with Chips & Salad to their full à la carte menu.
A summer version listed 'Timbale of Local Crabmeat with Dill Mayonnaise & Gazpacho Dressing'; 'Assiette of Continental Meats & Sausages with Kalamata Olives & Pickled Vegetables' and 'Peppered Goats' Cheese on Toasted Brioche with Red Onion Marmalade, Coriander & Sun Blushed Tomatoes' among the starters.
'Fish & Chips with Mushy Peas & Homemade Tartare Sauce'; 'Pan-Fried Calf's Liver with Crisp Bacon, Black Pudding, Mash & Onion Jus'; 'Five-Hour Braised Lamb Shank in a Root Vegetable Jus with Mashed Potatoes' and 'Homemade Beef Lasagne' listed among the mains.
Desserts such as 'Lemon Cheesecake'; 'Chocolate Brownie with Vanilla Ice Cream & Maple Sauce' and 'Sticky Toffee Pudding with Butterscotch Sauce & Vanilla Ice Cream' are there to tempt those with a sweet tooth.
Service is both friendly and helpful.
- Food Style: Best Pubs for Food
- Lunch: all week 12.00-14.00; mains about £11 to £15
- Dinner: all week 18.00-21.00; mains about £11 to £15
- Wine: a concise list has modest mark-ups
- Directions: See the map at the top of this page.
- Parking: Yes