This 16th-century former coaching inn and village local is surprisingly large inside, offering a public bar, a separate lounge bar, and further rooms beyond that used as dining space. The smallish 'public' is the normal focus of the pub's daily life, however, and hosts the pool table and dartboard; it also boasts an unusual stone fireplace on which is mounted an old wagon wheel. Parking is limited - there is some space in front of the pub, otherwise use the roadside. Live entertainment appears on weekend evenings. The pub hosts a community library. A large drinking garden at the rear is on a steep hillside and reached via flights of steps.