Serving well-kept ales, craft beers, wines, and spirits this delightful 18th Century coaching inn has secured its place as the heart of the community, honouring tradition and creating a relaxed atmosphere overlooking the ancient market square.
Colourful touches in the painted panelling and velvet of the Bellini flute lounge chair add a modern aspect, tempered by the more traditional wooden details of the Atkinson and Bette chairs, and Agatha and Brooklyn bar stools that reflect the charming wooden beams criss-crossing the ceiling and sectioning the rooms.
Bespoke, refectory style tables in a mixture of poseur and dining heights offer a large amount of covers, and irokko framed laminate tables give the opportunity for smaller parties to dine peacefully. Marshmallow and Bakerloo stools offer a different height of seating and break up the wooden details with more colour in flame oranges and teal that reflect the fun, diamond-patterned wallpaper.
The mixture of modernity and heritage gives The Coach House its signature style.