Early survey maps show that the buildings existed during the civil war of 1640. The trend at the time was for farmers to turn their farmhouses into local inns during a bad season. They would make their own beers, cider and wines and sell them to local people.
In the 1800’s the inn was refurbished, the front of the building was stone cladded and probably a new bar was fitted by the brewery that took over at the time. It has been refurbished many times since, but still retains its character and charm including two open fires which are lit during the winter months.
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