Star Inn2 Bridge Street
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Attractive 17th century real ale pub situated in the centre of the village directly opposite what is considered to be the finest of the surviving Eleanor Crosses, built by Edward I in 1295 to mark the resting place of Queen Eleanor's coffin on her last journey from Nottingham to London in 1290. The main entrance contains the former off-sales window with doors leading to a traditional bar to the right and a lounge bar to the left. The lounge bar has a further raised area towards the rear adjacent to the back entrance. which leads from the car park. A separate restaurant leads off the wooden ceilinged lounge bar.