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Known locally as the 'Gluepot' this lovely, unspoiled old pub, situated by the church in a scattered hamlet, is a favourite of ramblers. The front garden looks out to the Skirrid Mountain over the border in Wales. Warmed by a fire in a superb old range, the two small drinking areas contrast with a restaurant to the rear. Good value home-cooked food is served, including Sunday evening. If the pub appears to be closed, try knocking the door!