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This former 18th-century cider house is now a comfortable beamed country pub, albeit somewhat modernised in sympathetic fashion. It has three separate areas inside; the main bar is at the front, furnished with a few bar stools and a mix of old and new seating including a few former church pews. The rooms either side are nowadays largely given over to dining, the larger to the left having its own bar, and the smaller one to the right decorated with well-stocked bookshelves and a pair of mounted antlers (but minus the head). The pub is quite food-orientated - it is owned by a chef and most tables are pre-laid for dining - but you are welcome to visit just for a drink. There are 4 handpumps, but generally not all in use except at busier times.