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Built late in the 17th century of local Corallian limestone, the Fox is now whitewashed and nestles near the village green, big house and church. The restaurant was originally the village smithy, and carries the Great War Roll of Honour on the wall. In addition to the restaurant, there is a plush bar, thoughtfully isolated from odours of food. Well-kept ales, unfortunately served under light blanket pressure. Crib and quiz leagues in the winter. The garden is a delight.