Hope & AnchorMarket Place
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This Grade II-listed building was once described as the governor's residence, and retains some interesting original features. The corner snug has a magnificent carved wooden fireplace and a curious bow-fronted floor-to-ceiling cabinet containing a bureau from which, it is said, the quarry workers were paid their wages. . There are also a dining room and a large bar that caters for diners and drinkers. In a quiet area behind the pub, there is a pleasant beer garden, with tables outside on the gravel courtyard. The adjacent 'market place' is now a convenient car park. . Open again from 31st March 2018 serving 5 Real ales often including Gaol Ales