Bay Horse Inn64 North Street
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A pleasant and very friendly recently refurbished (2015) single bar pub at the top end of North Street, that is next to an impressive memorial to a local soldier who was killed in the Second Boar War. Its interior is exposed stone walls, dark timber beams and panelling, flagstone and wooden flooring, an open fireplace with a wood burning stove, and mainly upholstered perimeter banquette style seating with tables. There are also stools at the bar, two of which are of interest, as they have leather saddles as their seat. Sports TV is shown via a drop-down projection screen along one wall. At the rear of the premises there is a beer garden that is built into the cliff face, and is reached via 16 steps!! For those who wish a mental challenge whilst having their pint or dram, board games including Scrabble, Chess and Draughts are available. Quiz night every Monday from about 9pm. Live bands every month from vintage Jazz, folk to rock and covers.