Thatched country pub built in 1939, but the site has had a pub since 1487. The compact wood panelled public bar has an open fire, piano and darts. The larger rustic lounge has a wood-burner, old pictures and antiques including a grandfather clock. The bar serves ales direct from the cask, with at least two guest beers and real cider during the summer.
A continually changing menu features home-cooked locally sourced seasonal food. Outside is a large comfortable covered patio with sofa, that feels like an extension of the pub. Extra seating is also available in the garden. Popular with locals and walkers, whilst dogs are welcomed by the two resident canines. The village is famous for the Tichborne Dole – a traditional festival, where donations of flour are handed out from the front of Tichborne House.