London InnLoveny Hill
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This popular 16th-century coaching inn is the focal point for village activities. It lies on the old route to London (hence the name) and next to the church. The spacious wood-beamed bar room, floored with slate flagstones, wood and tiles, is open plan, although with three separate areas in which to eat and drink. Quality beer is the main focus, but good pub grub and an à la carte menu are also on offer at all times. An annual beer festival is also held. The walls are decorated with local pictures, plates and other bric-à-brac. There are outside seating, barbecue and games areas; the pub supports darts, euchre, skittles, poker, football and cricket teams (there is a traditional skittle alley). Accommodation is in 2 rooms. Live bands entertain on Saturdays.