The premises themselves are in a Victorian railway station, one of only two remaining terminal stations for the Atlantic Coast Express route.
The station building has been lovingly and sympathetically brought back to life by a local family in conjunction with The Torrington Town Lands and Poors Committee. The building plays host to a number of interesting bits of railway and it also retains many of the original features of its past life as well as now being bathed in a warm pallet of colours to complement its character.
At the station you will find selection of seated areas including a formal dining space, more laid back sofa seating as well as a wonderful beer garden. On those chilly days the fire is always lit to make sure you have the warmest of welcomes.
As well as serving great food and having a relaxed atmosphere you will also find our wall adorned with a wonderful selection of artwork supplied by local artists.