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Old 16th-century village pub with thick stone walls and low beams. The single small bar serves many cosy little snugs, including a downstairs room called the Old Cellar. The walls are decorated with interesting knick-knacks and artwork, including a mural. Home-made food is served 12:00-21:00 daily in three separate dining rooms; Sunday lunches are especially popular and it is advisable to book ahead. A separate meeting/function room is available. The car park is large, once you find it round the back, and there is a beer garden - but be careful of the entrance steps from there into the pub. Cider is Weston's Old Rosie.