Photographer's Note

Originally an Inn, The Old Inn was built by the workers who built the St Pancras Church situated across the road. It gave them a place to eat and sleep at. Since then extensions to the old part of the pub have been added. Similar to a tardis, being much bigger inside than it looks outside, you can wander from room to room and take in the oak beams and stone walls which give olde worlde charm. The central part of the pub has exposed stone walls and the beams are 700 years old! The old stable is fully intact and is now part of the restaurant. Several real fires including log and open fires are lit in cooler months. One of these is an attractive feature of the conservatory and as it is raised up, when lit, its quite a spectacle and, as you can see, the garden is a pleasant place to enjoy a pint after the war is over.

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Additional Photos by marion morgan (jester5) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 97 W: 66 N: 609] (2024)
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