White Lion1 Lion Hill
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Attractive hilltop pub in a 15th century building that was originally used as a chandlery, making sails for ships that used the nearby wharf. It was licensed to sell alcohol in 1605. This traditional village local has homecooked food and a large beer garden which includes a small bar. The famous author Daniel Defoe and the Peasants Revolt leader Jack Straw reputedly frequented the pub.