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Thatched and dating from the 15th-century, this friendly family run pub is in the centre of the village, near the village cross and opposite the Parish Church. It has a traditional snug bar, with beams, granite flooring and a log fire in winter. To the rear - formerly the old railway station waiting room - is a light and airy dining area, leading to a cottage garden which is ideal for alfresco dining in the warmer months. There are also bench table seats in the floral garden at the front of the pub.