The Seven Stars doesn't actually look like a "traditional" English pub, more like a small continental bistro with its green chequered tablecloths and daily changing menu on the blackboard.
The landlady Roxy is quite a character and has written several cookbooks and the food served here is very good indeed. The ales are in fine condition.
There is a resident cat who wears a white Elizabethan ruff collar. Whilst he does accept the appropriate attention paid for by the customers, I made the ultimate mistake of seating myself on his own special bar stool and was treated with the appropriate lack of attention until I vacated the stool to go upstairs to use the loo :)
One pugh with his person would have liked to enter the pub but was kindly told that perhaps some cats and dogs might not come along with each other, so they unfortunately had to find another pub to have their drink at.
One final point - the stairs to the loos are VERY steep and narrow, so if you are yourself, or are visiting with friends with mobility problems, do take care.
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