From the home of Stylist


Hearty food and hand-pulled local beers are the order of the day at The Cross Keys. Built in 1802 and retaining many of its original features, the gastropub’s decor blends traditional and modern well: low exposed beams and cosy nooks and crannies rub along nicely with quirky wallpaper and a young, arty clientele. We enjoyed large portions of salt cod and lentil and veg crumble but it’s worth leaving room for the cheesecake, which comes garnished with fresh fruit and retro popping candy.


Log In

Please enter your details below, or

Forgotten your password?

Wait a second!

In order to view this content you must be an Emerald Street subscriber. Enter your details below or

Forgotten password?

Sign up

To sign up, please enter your email address below.

Make the most of Emerald Street

Thank you for signing up to Emerald Street. To ensure your daily emails are relevant to you and where you live and work, click below to complete your online profile.

Or automatically fill your details with Facebook

Complete my profile

This email address is already in our system

Please log in here Forgotten your password?

Please wait… logging in with Facebook.

Please wait… logging in with Facebook.

Please wait…

Please wait…

Like this article on Facebook

Please wait…

Please wait…