Red Lion43 High Street
A 17th century village pub with exposed ceiling beams. Sat on a red and white tiled floor, the main, brick-faced bar faces you as you walk in the front door. To the left is a spacious dining room, to the right is an adjoining public bar with open fire and TV. From the high-level enclosed rear garden you can see both village churches. Plenty of off-street parking if the small car park gets full. Guest bears are from the Batemans list with Timothy Taylor's Boltmaker a frequent visitor. All drinks have a 25% discount on Fridays 4-7pm. Bar food and a la carte is available. Booking is often wise. Seniors' lunch Wednesday to Friday. Crib on Monday. Women's darts on Thursday. Quiz night third Sunday of the month.