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. 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. Local branch Pub of the Year & Cider Pub of the Year winner 2020.