Globe Inn3 North St
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Cosy and friendly 13th century pub in the narrow streets of this old stannary town, close to the station and medieval stone bridge over the river. The rambling old building has a single main bar, with several drinking/eating spaces and a restaurant and sun-trap patio at the rear. The pub is rather food-orientated (fish and game are specialities on an extensive home-cooked menu), but you are welcome to go in just for a drink or two; the beer range includes one varying guest brew in summer. The pub is named after a ship in a sea battle in 1813, during which a member of the one-time owning family was killed.