Waltham St Lawrence
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A classic half-timbered 14th Century pub, bequeathed to the village in 1608 by Sir Ralph Newbury. It doubles as the village local and a quality restaurant, producing exceptionally good food from fresh, seasonal ingredients and promoting real ales from small independent breweries. They offer up to 8 ciders and perries served from their cellar and are regularly finalist in the branch Cider Pub of the Year. Fresh bread is baked daily. You'll also find log fires in the winter and a good-sized beer garden for sunny summer days. Easy wheelchair access is limited to the usually crowded main bar.