WELCOME

The Five Mile House is a Grade 2 listed, traditional family run pub that has barely been touched by the Twentieth Century. The interior has changed little over the centuries with bare wood floors, open fires and wooden seating.

Well behaved parents and children are welcome at the Five Mile House.

Dogs are welcome in the Bar, Tap Room or Cellar Bar. The Cellar Bar has it's own entrance to the rear beer garden and car park.

MORE ABOUT US

OPENING TIMES

  • Closed all day Monday except Bank Holidays

Bar

  • Tuesday - Friday 11am - 2.30pm 6pm - 11pm

  • Saturday 11am - 11pm

  • Sunday 11am - 10.30pm

Dining

  • Tuesday - Friday 12pm - 2.30pm 6pm - 9pm

  • Saturday 12pm - 9pm

  • Sunday 12pm - 6pm

Christmas Dining

  • Christmas Eve 12pm - 2.30pm 6pm 9pm

  • Christmas Day 12pm - 2.00pm

  • Boxing Day 12pm - 2.30pm

  • Saturday 27th 12pm - 9pm

  • Sunday 28th 12pm - 6pm

  • Monday 29th Closed

  • Tuesday 30th 12pm - 2.30pm

  • New Years Eve 12pm - 4pm

  • New Years Day 10.30pm - 4pm

WHATS ON

  • Jan

    01

    New Years Day

    We are serving brunch from 10.30am until 12.00pm, and then lunch from 12.00pm until 4.00pm. Why not come and join us.

The menu was comprehensive without being over the top. The food was beautifully cooked and presented. The staff were polite and attentive. Lovely selection of ales plus a delightful log fire! You won't be disappointed. 65bram (Trip Adviser)

FOOD

Chef Patron, Stephen Rawicki and his son, Luke, create inventive menus using local seasonal produce wherever possible. All of our food is cooked to order to assure freshness and quality.

Panfried locally sourced duck breast with pressed confit, rhubarb, pak choi, dauphinoise potato and a red wine reduction.

Panfried calves liver with a tangy raspberry sauce, Romanesco cauliflower and a mustard mash.

Leek, potato and goat's cheese terrine with roasted cherry tomatoes and basil.

Smoked salmon, beetroot, horseradish cream and micro pea shoots.

We are delighted to be awarded a 5 for food hygiene, by the Food Standards Agency.