A multi-roomed pub with a genuine cosy, town-centre feel. Owners, Samuel Smith spent a fair amount of money and time some years ago restoring this pub to what it may have looked like. The front room is divided into a sparsely furnished public lounge to the right, on the left side is a more substantial, comfortably furnished room. The latter is fitted out with cushioned pews, high-back chairs, and stools. To the rear is a second lounge (that used to function as a music room) with a decked, outside area leading off. Coal fires on winter days add warmth and ambience. Tends to attract a mature clientele.