Hole in the Wall2 High Street
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Quiet, friendly 15th century village pub named after a real hole in the wall (now filled in) through which agricultural workers would pass empty vessels going to work to be collected full of beer when returning. The pub has an emphasis on fine dining. On entering to the right there is a characterful lounge bar with exposed beams that is stylishly and comfortably furnished. To the left is a smaller snug bar that leads through to the restaurant. There is also an extensive outdoor seating area. One changing real ale is offered.