The Farmer's Arms, a Grade II listed local pub dating back to the mid 17th century, has undergone a major renovation. The former blacksmiths-turned-inn has been transformed into a beautiful pub and restaurant, with two bars, a dining room, a small upstairs lounge and garden.
The renovation has been sensitively undertaken with thatched roof, beamed ceilings and both natural flagstone and reclaimed oak floors. With warm colours and comfortable seating throughout, the overall aesthetic, designed by Hannah Lohan Interiors, has been carefully thought out to evoke the feeling of a traditional pub, with a modern twist.
In the restaurant the spotlight is on local ingredients and balanced flavour combinations. The passion for local sourcing is evident with the menus focusing on local farming and suppliers, foraged herbs and regional dishes.