Running Mare45, Tilt Road
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Traditional two-bar pub mainly frequented by locals, overlooking the Green referred to locally as ‘The Tilt’. Lots of low beams and secluded seating. There is a separate heated dining area in the adjacent outbuilding. Dates from the 15th century and Dick Turpin is alleged to have drunk here. First established as a public house in 1756, having been bought from a private owner for £60. Has recently been refurbished but retaining the two bars, with a more contemporary look to the dining area.