Lovely old building , a wide range of real ales and ciders properly kept. Friendly and knowledgable bar staff.Food is more pub than gastro but fairly priced.An outside beer garden if the weather is fine and a very cosy if small interior if it is not. It's also an inn and so far off the beaten track that it merits consideration for discrete overnight stays.
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