Bertie ArmsBertie Lane
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A charming thatched cottage freehouse, built of local stone in 1681. Cosy, old-world bar with beamed ceiling and two fireplaces, and separate lounge/restaurant/function room. One or two real ales, which vary. Named after local landowner, whose son hanged himself on a tree at the rear of the pub. They have developed strong relationships with customers, local residents and other organisations in the surrounding area. Supporting local initiatives and hosting charity events. Hosts a weekly Knit and Natter group and is a meeting space for The Village Midwives ante-natal group. Closing times may vary depending on custom.