St John InnSt John
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Refurbished and reopened in August 2017 after nearly 5 years closure, this 16th-century village pub is constructed from two cottages. Reached down narrow country lanes but well worth finding, the pub has a pleasant, cosy ambience, with an L-shaped bar room with beamed ceiling and floor of red tiles, wooden furniture and a warming open fire for winter. A cosy snug opposite the bar, a patio with seating at the front and an attractive beer garden complete the picture for this picturesque and welcoming pub. A semi-permanent marquee is used to host live events, from bands to antique markets and similar. No food at present, although alternate Friday evenings an outside caterer produces fish and chips to eat in or take away.