A pretty thatched pub set in an equally pretty village, The Bakers Arms has the requisite low beams, rug-strewn quarry-tiled floors, large pine tables and open fires. Its weekly-changing menu of modern pub food has gained it a keen local following. Expect dishes like crevettes with asparagus, soft boiled eggs and garlic mayonnaise; confit of duck with red pepper and ginger marmalade; and apple and cinnamon crêpes with vanilla ice cream. Fish lovers should be sure to visit on a Thursday, when fish specials might include pan-fried sea bass fillets with spinach and chive butter sauce. The area is popular with walkers, riders and mountain bikers.