Star Inn1 Church Street
This is a traditional 17th century village pub with a rather rambling beamed interior, spread over three levels with the lowest dedicated to dining. The bar areas are decorated with photos of old local scenes and miscellaneous bric-à-brac, and a ship's compass is set into the bar top. A pool table and two dartboards are sited on the top (bar) level, which enjoys a wood-burner fire during the winter months. Up to 4 real ales may appear at busy times, although during the winter this reduces to two. Betty Stogs is almost always available although occasionally this may be varied to feature another beer around the same strength; the changing beer is stronger and is also rotated around the Punch Taverns 'approved' list. Bar snacks and a 'pub grub' style menu are supplemented by a more substantial offering of 'specials'; food is available daily. The Star is family and dog friendly, and wheelchair access is possible through the rear door but not to the lowermost dining area.