Converted into a gastropub, this handsome old stone building is a good-looking place, with exposed stone walls, rugged wood floors, and leather furniture. The front bar is sleek and modern, contrasting beautifully with the aged setting. Dishes are smart reinterpretations of traditional pub food. You might start with smoked salmon and wholegrain mustard–flavored cream cheese, for instance, or on a rainy day try the soup with Guinness and treacle bread. Main courses could include a creamy Thai curry, Moroccan spiced lamb. Desserts are old-school comfort food—try the homemade cheesecake, with a new flavor each week.