A large rambling pub, it is set back from the main road. Only one bar, but there are plenty of alcoves to hide in. The pub itself dates from the 17th century, but the frontage is 19th century. In the early 20th century the town band used to play in front of the pub. Open all day, it is now stuck at the top end of the sad pedestrianised High Street. The pub is mainly frequented by younger people in the evening and weekends, with sport shown on large screen TVs. Children are welcome if dining. The pub features a real fire and has a large conservatory. Guest beer from pub company list.


  • Beer garden
  • Disabled facilities
  • Family friendly
  • Food
  • Outside area
  • Real ale
  • Smoking area
  • WiFi free
  • Live music
  • Big screen
  • Football
  • Sky Sports