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This is a Grade II listed historic roadside pub alongside the Tresillian River, with a thatched roof featuring a distinctive ship's wheel. The Wheel is believed to date back to the 14th century and was the HQ of General Thomas Fairfax during the Civil War. The pub reopened in December 2021 after "1 months closure, and has been found by CAMRA members to have been refurbished internally, not necessarily in sympathy with the pub's original atmospheric rooms - the bar is now straight ahead down 2 steps rather than previously to the right as you enter. There is a covered area outside suitable for smokers and picnic tables and benches at the end of the parking space, beside the river. The real ale is expensive for the area.