Rock Inn26 Fore Street
Large and rambling 16th-century inn with three rooms including two bars, The spacious front rom is somewhat sparsely furnished, with at one end an unusual S-shaped bar top dispensing two real ales and a cider from the handpumps, and at the other a wood-burning stove and small TV set for sports, with a pool table in the centre. The middle room functions more like a traditional public bar, with more seating and a larger sports TV. The third room at the rear operates as a separate restaurant which may be booked for functions, given sufficient notice. The food is billed as 'traditional', and is available all day 1200-2100 as bar meals, or à la carte. The single guest beer varies and is taken from the Punch monthly guest list; the cider is from Thatcher's. The pub is mainly a friendly local but also welcomes passing trade; it has disabled access throughout.