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Recently (Nov 22) bought be new owners, changes are planned. This lovely 18th century traditional country pub was originally three cottages, so plenty of room for a pint or two. There is a separate restaurant and a more lively front bar. At the back there is a large garden, with plenty of seating and tables, it is entered by walking under two whale bones. There are usually two or three ales on from local brewers, plus the regular DB.