With views of the church of St. Mary's, this pub dating from 1554 offers a reassuringly traditional and charming milieu for food and refreshment. Light meals are available at lunchtime, teas in the afternoon, and for the evening meal you might start with scallops on pea and lentil purée, then try the trio of lamb with a tomato, olive, and rosemary jus for your main course. The clotted cream rice pudding makes an indulgent end to the meal. The inn's grounds hold what is claimed to be the world's oldest bowling green. There are 11 well-furnished bedrooms upstairs.