A very traditional early 18th-century cottage pub which has seen some modernisation but whose two-room layout is largely intact. Beyond the front lobby (a recent addition) the main bar is on the right. The lapped timber counter and benches are at least forty years old though the brick fireplace is new. A small snug is on the left. Instead of a counter it has just a small part of the bar back on which drinks are placed when poured. The wall bench seating is old but, again, the fireplace is a let down. Both rooms had separate entrances before the lobby was built. Home of Caythorpe Brewery.
Early 18th C cottage pub, end-on to the road. A very traditional pub with some modernisation, but retaining its essential layout of two rooms. A modern lobby was recently added to the front; to the right is the main bar with lapped timber counter and benches at least 40 years+ old, but a new brick fireplace; on the left, a small snug with no counter, just a small part of the bar back to place the poured drinks on, wall bench seating at least 40/50 years old, and a crude brick fireplace. The two rooms used to have separate entrances before the lobby was built. Outside gents and ladies.