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Dating from the 17th century, this Grade II listed oak-beamed building started life as two private houses that were merged later, and has evolved over the years. At the end of the 19th century the pub had its own brewery. There is a central bar with a large inglenook, a dining area and a games section offering hooded skittles and pool. On Wednesday and Friday evenings and Sunday lunchtimes a varied menu of traditional pub food is available, including home-made puddings.