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Quintessential English village pub, parts of which date from around the 14th century, with the main range dating from the early 17th century. The oak beamed bar has a welcoming atmosphere, with a fire for winter months. There is a separate upper snug with a wood burning stove. In warmer months, the garden offers an idyllic setting near the village church withprivate Dinning Booths. Quality bar food available, with a choice of Eight handmade dishes, and a full A la Carte menu is also available. A choice of three real ales constantly changing are offered, and include beers from Digfield, Oakham, Nobby's, Grainstore, Woodforde's, and Adnams.