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Formerly named (and still called locally) Tricky Dicky's after a previous owner, this is an imaginatively converted former copper mine smithy, with several corners in which to hide including a small no-smoking room, and decorated with 'before' and 'after' pictures. As well as the beers, which may be rotated among the Sharp's and Skinner's ranges, it offers a wide range of food and a good selection of wines. Outside is a partly-covered patio used for barbecues in summer, also available for hire. There is a squash court & fitness centre and separate accommodation in a motel-style block styled 'Tricky's Hotel'. Live jazz Tues eves, other music Thur, with a late licence. Families welcome.