A family friendly public house steeped in history, first licenced in 1828. Church meetings used to be housed in its sitting room, the village shop was in one of the bars, and older residents will perhaps remember getting their hair cut out in the back shed. The Black Cat serves traditional pub food and a popular Sunday roast.
Many thanks to Caroline for recommending this child friendly pub. See Caroline’s review below!
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