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A lively village pub supporting darts and pool teams, it was originally a smithy, first called the Smiths Arms, but renamed in honour of Queen Victoria. A single bar serves a small public bar area with pool table and a larger lounge/restaurant. Tasty home-made food is served, with booking advised for Sunday lunch (no fuod Sun or Mon eves). Children are welcome. The guest beers are often from a local brewery. Opens Bank Holiday Mondays.