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This 14th-century inn by the village church, with which it shares a car park, was refurbished in 2011. Bare floorboards reflect its age and the wooden partitions, interesting furniture and photographs give the alcoves and corners an authentic atmosphere. There are a separate restaurant and front dining room, and a tiny snug under the stairs! There are patios at the front and back of the pub with a large, quiet garden with wooden benches and a decking area at the rear. A popular local haunt, it is warmed in winter by two large wood-burning stoves. Board games are available, background music plays, and a monthly Wednesday quiz night is held during the winter months.