This 17th century pub has two bars. The small lounge bar to the right used to be used by the draymen from the long gone Brufords Brewery which used to stand behind the pub. The brewery tower can be seen in some photos in the lounge. There is also an old bottle from the brewery with a glass marble stopper behind the bar. The main bar features an inglenook which houses a roaring wood fire in winter. The garden at the back has a children’s play area and there is limited parking in front of the pub. Home-made meals are available 12-2:30 and 6-9 Monday to Friday, 12-9 Saturday and 12-4 Sunday. The two guest beers are ever changing and are widely sourced.