Good Hotel Guide Review
On the corner of the village green, this ‘lovely’ country inn has been extending a hospitable welcome to pilgrims and travellers for centuries. Constructed in 1441, the timber-framed building is full of ‘traditional character’. Local tipples are served in the popular bar amid medieval carvings, ‘massive beams’, stained-glass windows and inglenook fireplaces; in the oak-panelled restaurant, traditional fare is attentively served. Well-appointed bedrooms, all sloping floors 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 on the weekend, has good cooked choices and a buffet of morning-baked pastries.
bar, snug, restaurant, in-room TV (Sky, Freeview), private dining, 2 small courtyard gardens, large terrace, parking, public rooms wheelchair accessible.
in public spaces.
all ages welcomed.
allowed in bar and lounge, not in bedrooms.
Amex, MC, Visa.
per room B&B £130–£220. À la carte £28.