We are a 400-year-old coaching inn that has been rescued from closure and possible redevelopment by the local community. In November 2012 the doors closed once again on the Seven Stars, for the fourth time in 10 years and set the ball rolling onto how the pub looks today. A committee was formed, shares bought, locals engaged and thus the doors of the pub re-opened once again on March 30th, 2013. Since re-opening we have also redeveloped an existing barn into a restaurant, giving our customers a comfortable space in which to dine, as well as direct access to the garden and increased the size of the kitchen and modernised its equipment to cope with demand. In early 2015 are new pub toilets were built to help continue to breathe new life into this beautiful village pub, set right next to the largest village green in Europe and with a large garden we have the perfect space for all to enjoy.
We welcome all to come and try our British pub inspired Food Menu and our head chef adds a few excellent specials, taking inspiration from seasonal produce and typical British pub dishes.
Try our well-kept Beers, including a large range of local ales and our inspired wine and spirit selection. We would love to welcome you through our door.
Dogs are welcome too and don’t worry if you have wellies or walking boots on, we are a country pub after all! During the winter months enjoy our cosy fire, always on to keep away the cold and during the month of December tuck into our homemade Mulled Wine. You can book a table through our website or you can call us on 01865 343337 and please do have a look at our food and drink menus on the website too! We hope to see you soon.
If you are interested in discovering more about how the community saved the pub the please do visit www.bncsltd.com and this may help inspire you to do the same and help save your local.
We look forward to hosting you soon.