Man of RossWye Street
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Comfortable two-room town local dating from Jacobean times, named after the town's great benefactor, John Kyrle (1637-1724). The main entrance to the public bar is in the single-storey section under a high curved gable. This is a locals' pub, with darts and crib teams, that also welcomes visitors. A basic pub menu is served including seafood and steaks, plus barbecues in summer. There is free on-street parking nearby.