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A cosy and friendly two bar, medieval inn in the centre of the village. The lounge bar has a horse brass adorned, dark beamed and planked ceiling, black timber panelled and painted rough stone walls with cut in window seats, old settles, and a large ingelnook fireplace complete with a wood burning stove, bed warming pans and a Davy lamp. On the wall to the right of the entrance above the window seat, there is a poem about the saving of village orchard and cider. The upstairs was once the village Court House - hence the stocks outside, where there are also a couple of bench-tables. No under-14s; dogs welcome in bar