The Inn has been designed to be relaxing with a number of unusual features - locally commissioned leaded glass and sculpture, panelled lounge and bar, Latin inscriptions and pictures relating to local history.
Guests have the option of 15 en-suite rooms consisting of five traditional rooms and ten standard rooms, including a family suite with 2 connecting rooms and 2 large accessible rooms both with en-suite wet rooms. The restaurant, bar and gardens are all accessible to wheelchair users including those travelling independently. For those guests enjoying the local National Cycling Network, or Rebellion Way, we have secure cycle storage on site There is ample free parking to the front and rear of the Inn.
We have an all-day conservatory restaurant and bar serving quality food, made with locally sourced ingredients and using herbs from our well stocked garden. Our bar has served real, local ale since first licensed in 1894, and retains a traditional country charm. The romantically planted gardens, with roses and lavender, offer tranquillity, just perfect for a relaxing meal or drink whilst soaking in the great outdoors. Click here to view our current choice of food and drink.