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An unusual three-storey timber-framed, oak-panelled building that is mainly eighteenth century (some parts are older), that was given by the Bateman estate to the village. The main bar has a wood-burning stove and settle, and there is a restaurant and function/games room with pool table. Food is prepared using locally-bought ingredients. A quiz is held on the first Monday of the month. The pub is near Herefordshire's only commercial airfield -Shobdon Aerodrome.