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The Crown is a welcoming and picturesque 12th-century listed pub on the Saints' Way footpath. Extensively refurbished in 2008, the building is in a long farmhouse style, with the main bar and snug at one end; the rest of the building is a comfortable lounge with inglenook fireplace containing a huge woodburning stove, and the restaurant. Refurbishment work uncovered an old well in the porch, which now can be viewed through its glass cover. Food is available daily with most of the ingredients sourced locally; meals are supplemented by snacks all day in summer. The guest beers (2 in summer, 1 in winter) are varied regularly and mostly brewed by Skinner's or Sharp's Breweries. Accommodation consists of 9 ensuite rooms (7 double, 2 twin) in the old converted piggery (adapted for wheelchair users). The pub is dog-friendly - including in some of the accommodation (bring your own dog basket!). A campsite available in the nearby Eden Valley.