Architecture & Design
By 1780, a threshing barn, two further barns and a stable had been added, along with orchards and 50 acres of meadowland. The bedrooms at the back of the pub would have been cart sheds with a Welsh slate roof added in the mid-nineteenth century, and part of the ground floor was used as a dairy.
Since the 1980s, it has been a pub with rooms.
Walking through the restaurant and bar today, you’ll find original features such as the glass-topped well and double fireplace, thought to be in the same location since the seventeenth century.