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A large timber framed pub, set imposingly right on the Welsh border, this beautifully positioned 14th century drovers' inn, retains many original features. It is an architectural gem, consisting of public bar, lounge bar, the "Drovers Kitchen" and a restaurant. The garden, with its tumbling stream marking the boundary between England and Wales, is a particularly attractive feature. Local, freshly prepared food ranges from sandwiches and lunchtime meals to a full dinner menu. The pub reopened in February 2016 under new management.