Green Man InnHigh Street
Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic this pub is currently offering additional services:
Opening 4th July 2020. Visitors book at each entrance to provide name and contact details. In addition at each entrance will be hand sanitizer. There is no table service. Approach bar area, order drinks/food. Place cash on counter (although card payment is preferred). Once payment has been taken and drinks served please leave the bar area to either sit down inside or out. Seating arrangements inside will be 1m apart. Once these are full people will have to be outside. The beer garden/car park can accommodate 40 people whilst complying with the 1m ruling. The outside bar unfortunately is cash only and same rules apply. Order drinks and then once served retreat to seats. Food will be available but limited ie pie, fish, lasagne, curry - all with chips. No sunday lunches but will have hot pork sarnies. Note all food will be served in cartons and with plastic cutlery so it's easier to dispose of.
See more about this pub on WhatPub, CAMRA's national pub guide.
Standing on the end of the High Street, this Hostelry has served the village since circa 1830. The quarry tiled bar has a real fire, a number of octagonal tables, and a cash machine. On the walls hang photos of the area from a bygone era. As well as the usual pub games, quoits and devil amongst the tailors can be found. In the cosy lounge home made food such as faggots and peas and steak and kidney pie are served. In the corridor which connects the bar and lounge there is a tortoise tank. Dog friendly.