An historic building in the centre of this picturesque village, this pub has the accent on food which is served from 12-10 Monday to Saturday and 12-9:30 on Sunday. A haunt for smugglers in the 18th century, the pub was erected as a farmhouse in 1475. The interior, comprising several dining and drinking areas served from a single, small bar, is on several levels and is decorated with a variety of old artefacts. As well as a few tables at the front there is a sheltered garden at the back with a couple of large umbrellas which can be lit and heated for smokers. There are usually two guest beers which are likely to be from the larger brewers.