The history of the Farmers pub, located on site at the Knights Hill Hotel & Spa, is as intriguing as the curious you will find inside.
The carrstone and pantiles building originated as the stable block for the main building, and has been lovingly restored to form the hugely popular Farmers. A wealth of exposed beams, and nooks and crannies give the building heaps of character, and are part of what makes this traditional pub so popular with both guests and locals alike.
Award winning ales, guest beers and a wide variety of wines are served, alongside a comprehensive menu of traditional favourites served all day and carvery option at lunchtime. Diners can choose to eat in any one of the bars or the comfortable restaurant with its conservatory. Large parties are welcome to take advantage of the family room, a private dining area, whilst couples may be more comfortable in one of the romantic snugs, with reclaimed church pews adding to the character.
The Hayloft is home to a full size snooker table, as well as plenty of mystery surrounding how the table was manoeuvred up the narrow, winding staircase.