Manor ArmsPark Road, Off Daw End Lane
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A canal-side pub rumoured to originally have been built around 1105 and to have held a licence to serve ale since 1248 which would make it one of the oldest pubs in the country, although the current building is largely 18th century. Traditionally styled, it still retains features like the exposed beams and there is an open fire in the bar. The beer pulls come straight out of the wall resulting in the pub being known locally as 'the pub with no bar'. It has a historic pub interior of national importance. Popular with walkers, cyclists and dog owners. Situated next to a country park and nature reserve. Although a little off the beaten track, the pub is well worth a visit.