Cliff InnTown End
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Traditional grit stone free house at the top of the village just below the National Tramway Museum. Built about 1800, the two rooms are largely unchanged since the 1960's. There are log burners in both rooms and quarry tiled floor in the tap room. Five handpumps of which four normally dispense LocAles. Home-made food is served Tuesday-Friday evenings and Weekend lunchtimes. Dog friendly.