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An unspoilt country pub, somewhat off the beaten track although actually quite close to main the Cheddar to Wedmore road. Internally it consists of three rooms, with the “smoking room” and bar counter off to the right as you go in. A massive stone fire-place was off to the right. All sorts of knick-knacks are dotted around the walls, many of them farming related implements and also a couple of old rifles, pewter plates and an aerial photograph of the pub as well as a few horse brasses. A smaller snug to the rear with an old wooden pew providing the seating, a stuffed bird in a glass case and a few shelves in a corner crammed full of earthenware jugs and such like. The “Public Bar” off to the left includes a pool table and darts board. There is pretty cottage style beer garden for fine weather leisure time.