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Prominently situated in the edge of the village, this Grade II-listed, single-bar black and white former drovers' inn dates from the sixteenth century and contains some interesting features. The long narrow bar has two cosy alcoves set either side of the large fireplace used mainly for dining whilst the other end of the bar is more for drinkers. Meals are based on classic British favourites, with a touch of fine dining. The large beer garden at the front enjoys an elevated position.