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Set by the River Seaton, which flows through and divides the grounds, this pub was originally a coaching house in the 17th century and has several comfortable rooms and a pleasant riverside beer terrace. The inside has been tastefully decorated and maintained, and consists of a carpeted U-shaped bar room with stone walls and beamed ceilings, and there are also two separate restaurant areas. The pub supports a ladies' darts team and holds quiz nights, and groups of individuals provide live musical entertainment on occasion. Accommodation is in 5 rooms. Dogs are welcome, but not in the dining areas. The pub's name comes from the arms of a local member of the gentry, Sir Joseph Copley.