- Onsite restaurant
The Old Pound Inn was a cider house, first built in 1571, and then in 1756. It was called the White Lion Public House. It was re-named The Old Pound Inn in 1980, as the Inn stands on the ground of the old village pound. Our a la cater restaurant seats 50 people comfortably. All meals are freshly cooked to order by our two resident chefs. Menus are changed regularly and there is always a tempting array of ‘Specials’ on offer. The Wedgewood Suite/Skittle Alley, with its own bar is available to hire for all your private celebrations. This room can accommodate 90 for a full three course dinner or 150 for a buffet. It is ideally suited for Weddings, Conferences and Meetings of all types.