King William IVMadron
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A cosy 17th-century village pub steeped in history, it has a long association with the battle of Trafalgar. Attractively decorated with wooden beams and brasses, the pub is on two levels, the upper hosting a pool table and the lower probably being mainly for diners once food becomes available (the kitchen is planned to be operational by July 2016). The bus stop is a few metres away, while car parking is near the village church.