George21 Main Street
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Following a campaign by residents, this traditional village pub has been saved from being converted into houses. Re-opened since mid-September 2020 this 17th century ironstone built pub stands proud above a patch of grass at the roadside. The rear entrance from the car park has wheelchair access to the pub. Inside has been opened out although there are still two separate areas for dining and drinking. The Coach House was converted in 2010 and now redecorated to a high standard offering six individual rooms which all are en-suite with complimentary toiletries and tea and coffee. The pub serves three changing local ales from a number of micros. The pub also serves local made cider and gin. Several events are on during the week; Tuesday nights quiz with fish and chips; Wednesday curry night; Thursday tapas night and Sundays open mic night.