Upmarket, food-oriented, 16th century coaching inn. Drinkers will feel most comfortable in the low-level area to the left of the bar as this has a good pubby feel to it. Food can be taken in the galleried restaurant, the large conservatory,the bar itself (which features a roaring log fire in winter) or under parasols in the attractive garden. Samuel Pepys spent the night here in 1660; the inn has many more recent connections with former local airfields. Food served 12 - 2 and 7 - 9.30. Children welcome but only in the conservatory.