‘Comfortable, with delicious food’, Jeannette and Anthony Goodrich’s quintessential English inn is a whitewashed 14th-century building in the village centre, opposite a cricket pitch. It has low beams, leaning walls, twisting passages and cosy corners. ‘Charming’, modern bedrooms have fresh milk and home-made biscuits on a hospitality tray. Adjoining the lounge, a garden room has comfortable seating and a large open fire. In the bars and dining rooms, chef Jamie Clarke serves traditional pub favourites and more adventurous dishes, using produce from local suppliers. Lounge (background music), 3 bars, 3 dining areas. Large, sunny walled garden. Ramps. Beaches nearby. Children (high chair, colouring sets; cot £10 per night; play galleon climbing frame) and ‘well-behaved’ dogs welcomed. 16 bedrooms (2 on ground floor; 2 suitable for disabled). Per room B&B single £80–£110, double £100–£125. 2-night min. stay July, Aug and bank holidays. Dinner £27.
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