She wanted to prove that a well-run, traditional pub could still survive in today’s climate, especially if it offered fine ales, ciders and good wines, in a cosy, friendly environment. Driffield is a market town steeped in tradition and some of its pubs have been there for years, although the town has seen many closing down in recent times. So, Nat decided to take over a building that many years ago had been a butcher’s shop, and transformed it into a micropub!
Nat runs the pub on a day-to-day basis with her partner Tim, sourcing and selecting all of the ales, ciders and wines herself. She loves her pub and hopes that the residents of Driffield and surrounding areas will too!