This unspoilt 15th-century country pub on the village green near the church has been run by the Roberts family since 1911 and is on the National Inventory of Historic Interiors. The three-room interior is comprises a small snug with a large inglenook, serving hatch and settle wall, a small side room (no bar), and Nell’s Lounge with another inglenook, beams and its own entrance. Three guest ales on offer, often from local breweries, and Weston’s Old Rosie draught cider. Live music Sunday evenings and regular lunchtime sing arounds on Friday’s. A popular beer festival is held in November. Events to support Acorns Children’s Hospice have raised many thousands of pounds.