We were unable to eat here as bookings ceased five minutes before we entered,we had drinks in a friendly,spotless area where a local read while his dog patiently waited.
Staff were pleasant and we realise a "cut off " point has to be adhered to when making/serving food.
We were advised and given directions where to obtain a snack from a local farm shop due to The Seven Stars being unable to accommodate making us a meal - the menu looked impressive!
On leaving the Seven Stars we had to walk through a group of three smokers who chose to smoke directly on the entrance/exit area - we are unsure if there was a designated smoking area - but common sense would dictate not to smoke where others have to walk through?
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