See more about this pub on WhatPub, CAMRA's national pub guide.
A picturesque 16th century village pub situated in a narrow road just off the south east corner of the village square. It has a small patio with tables and chairs just outside the front door. Three real ales are usually on offer, sourced from around the South West.
This pub is popular with local drinkers, and with customers coming from further afield for its' excellent food.
There is a ramp available for wheelchair access to the pub, but no dedicated disabled toilet, unfortunately.