Stagg Inn & RestaurantTitley
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Originally called the Balance Inn, as wool would have been weighed here, the inn was renamed and refaced in 1833, by the diarist Eliza Greenly. Thanks to her, we have the large light rooms in use today at the front of this splendid inn. This is unashamedly a gastro-pub, with nationally-renowned food being prepared from ingredients carefully sourced from small independent food producers. Outside the dining rooms, diners may elect to join local drinkers', in the cosy beamed bar - or even eat al fresco in the garden in summer. Very popular - booking for food is essential.