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A sixteenth century building which has been extended so that four rooms in different styles lead from a central beamed bar area with an inglenook fireplace. It is popular as a village local as well as a food venue and is a meeting place for walkers and cyclists. There is a large children's play area and a comprehensive and imaginative menu of home produced food, locally sourced where possible. Although tied to Shepherd Neame, the proprietor sells Harveys Sussex Best Bitter, but at a premium passed on for buying outside the tie.