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Early 18th century stone-built and thatched village pub with two exterior doors leading to a small room with flagstone floor on the left and quarry tiled one on the right. From the entrance lobby on two levels there is a small lounge, formerly two small rooms, which has a small modern counter and a working Raeburn cooker. There is a dining room on the right in a 20th century extension. Plaster over stone walls feature with more inter-connected rooms to the rear, including a snug and leather settees, with the low beams, make this a quaint and unusual pub. The walls are decorated with prints of country houses. the rear patio leads to the car park.