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Imposing 17th-century free house beside the large and picturesque village green. The public bar is characterised by wooden floors, exposed oak beams and a large inglenook fireplace. A separate dining room serves locally grown produce although meals may also be taken in the public bar. Booking is advisable for the Friday fish and chips evening and Sunday lunchtime carvery (two sessions). There is no food Sunday evenings. Monthly Sunday music sessions begin at 5pm and last until about 7pm.