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Five roomed (two bars, two side rooms and a TV/pool room) eighteenth century pub built from locally quarried Barnack stone. There are stuffed birds on display. Open fires for the colder months and attractive creeper covered patio and kids' play area for the summer make this an all-year pub. Barbecues and music events are held in the summer. Guest beers are usually from micro-breweries and include regular strong ales. Always four guest beers available. The occasional house beer is brewed by Rooster's. Home baked pizzas available from a mobile pizza oven on Friday and a street food vendor on Saturday. Quiz first Wednesday of the month. The pub supports many charities. Well-behaved dogs are welcome. Branch Rural Pub of the Year 2023.