Very traditional pub with a number of tiny oak panelled rooms.
A classic unspolit pub in a 300-year-old building. Three oak-panelled rooms include a snug at the front of the pub, a superb northern-style drinking lobby, where it is nigh impossible not to strike up a conversation, and a comfortable back bar. The Green Tree Bitter is brewed exclusively for the pub by the nearby Blindman's micro-brewery whilst the guest beers (normally three) are generally sourced from local microbreweries, with a stout or porter usually on offer in the winter months. Butcombe Bitter is a semi-regular. A local farmhouse cider, usually a Broad Oak from nearby Midford, is also available, along with a range of fine wines and malt whiskies. Winter Sunday hours may be longer.