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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. The accommodation consists of four chalet style rooms overlooking the garden. The cask ales often feature one from Norfolk based Grain Brewery. The keg beers often include one from Wylde Sky Brewery in Linton. Bag in box real cider stored in the cellar. The food is home cooked and includes meat the pub's own cattle and pigs. The Chequers reopened in mid-June 2019 after a refurbishment under new management.