Bar (wood-burning stove), restaurant (open 7 days a week for breakfast, lunch and dinner), free Wi-Fi, in-room TV, function facilities, terrace, garden (wood-fired oven and barbecue), parking.
All ages welcome but please note that only the larger rooms can accommodate an extra bed or cot by prior arrangement.
Are allowed in the bar and garden and in all rooms at a charge of £10 per dog per stay.
Per room B&B from £75.
Good Hotel Guide Review
There’s a ‘lovely, informal atmosphere’ at this ‘friendly’ pub-with-rooms, down the street from the old, stone-built village church. The agreeably updated 18th-century beer house has stripped wooden floors, comfy seats, local ales and newspapers; a sunny terrace is just the ticket on a warm day. ‘Smart’ modern bedrooms on the first and second floors are well stocked with ground coffee for the cafetière, old-fashioned sweets, ‘super toiletries’. Quirky touches lend personality: a pink-painted claw-foot bath; a vintage shipping trunk serving as a coffee table. At mealtimes, choose from the simple-yet-sophisticated gastropub menu, and ask to eat inside or out. ‘Breakfast is a real treat with lots of options’, including home-cured bacon and freshly baked bread. Part of the small Stay Original Company; see also Timbrell’s Yard, Bradford-on-Avon, and The White Hart, Somerton (Shortlist entries).