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Genuine country pub, circa 19th century but oldest part of building 16th century. Caters for all, with two adjoining bars, darts and flagstones at one end carpet and open fire at the other. Exposed timbers and a display of bygone items mostly found within the pub itself. A separate restaurant area at the rear provides a brasserie menu. Two gardens front and rear one for adults and one for children. No children after 6pm.