Local ales and traditional food in historic village hostelry
At a glance
Open all year
This thatched building – the oldest house in the village – dates back to 1457, although it didn’t become an inn until 1823. It’s a comfortable, relaxed place, and the bright, airy dining room has a contemporary feel while making the most of original features. Enjoy local ales such as Ludlow Gold or Stonehouse Station Bitter as you order daytime sandwiches or main meals like Penang chicken curry or steak and kidney pudding.