Good Hotel Guide Review
‘Traditional character’ defines this ‘lovely’ country inn on the corner of the village green, where weary pilgrims and travellers have stopped in for centuries. Constructed in 1441, the timber-framed building has a popular bar, where local tipples are served amid medieval carvings, ‘massive beams’, stained-glass windows and inglenook fireplaces. Traditional fare may be eaten here and in the oak-panelled restaurant. Well-appointed bedrooms, all sloping floors, ancient beams and antique furnishings, have chic toiletries and a digital radio; across the courtyard, two rooms open on to a private garden. Breakfast, served till 11 am at the weekend, has good cooked choices and a buffet of morning-baked pastries.
lounge, bar, lower bar, restaurant, in-room TV (Sky, Freeview), private dining, 2 small courtyard gardens, large terrace, parking, public rooms wheelchair accessible.
‘gentle’ in public spaces.
all ages welcomed.
allowed on lead in bar and lounge, not in bedrooms.
Amex, MC, Visa.
per room B&B £130–£220. À la carte £32.