Hatton ArmsHatton Lane
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A picturesque pub set in a 17th Century row of cottages with a cobbled frontage and garden at the side for summer drinking, extended some time ago into the adjoining Post Office to provide restaurant and kitchen facilities. The pub still retains a pleasant cottage atmosphere with multiple small rooms, low beams, small windows and five real fires. and is very much a country pub serving locals and visitors alike. Food is sourced locally and cooked to order. Note the old red telephone kiosk at the front of the pub which now serves as a small library. Disabled toilets are accessible from the restaurant. Identified by CAMRA as having a regionally important historic pub interior. Note buses do not run Sundays