This 15th-century inn overlooks the Market Place and is a stone’s throw from the magnificent Cathedral, Bishop’s Palace and Vicar’s Close. The Penn Bar with tall leaded windows, is named after William Penn, a Quaker who preached from The Crown and who later gave his name to Pennsylvania. Very good pub dishes are offered food-wise in this bar – beef carpaccio with pickled garden vegetables being just one. Similar food appears on the Anton's Bistrot menu, but alternative choices include a starter of smoked salmon and dill filo tart, and mains like pan fried scallops and squid, goats cheese Wellington. All dishes are freshly prepared using the finest local produce wherever possible. There are also 15 en suite bedrooms.