Five Pointed Star100 High Street
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Its ancient history is authenticated by the low ceilings held by thick timbers. There are bench seats to the left on entry and a walkway to the rear. At the front is a large U-shaped bar with four hand-pumps and to the right and rear a further four. At the rear is a raised seating area. Wooden wall panels feature throughout and there are two log fires. A series of smaller rooms lead away from main bar area to provide additional sanctuary. One room contains a small library for books to be swapped. Exit at rear to a smoking area. There is a large paved area at the rear (once the car park) with various sizes of tables and an enclosed garden area with artificial grass, picnic tables, lighting and heating. Good quality food available from a changing menu and is cooked to order, not microwaved from frozen.