Horn & Trumpet16 Dog Lane
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A multi-roomed busy town pub at the top end of town, close to the main street and car parks, and well worth seeking out. Inside, the main bar has a wooden floor and a traditional dark wood counter displaying five hand-pulls. The adjacent lounge has been attractively refurbished in light wood paneling, and on the way to the back and the pool room is a small snug decorated with old signs. The attractive courtyard, with its many flowers during summer, is a fine place to relax and next to it is a cosy shelter within a very old outbuilding. The pub offers crib, dominoes, pool and TV sports, showing all regular Premier League football matches. There are rooms available (breakfast at the cafe next door) and free Wi-Fi. Originally built as a private residence, it changed to a public house in 1840, and in 2016, upon becoming a freehouse, the pub and accommodation was refurbished to create a comfortable and quirky town pub. Good value bar snacks including tasty pies from the local Wyre Pie Company, sausage rolls, and scotch eggs are available. There are a selection of four Real Ales including the popular Wye Valley HPA and two changing beers, three at weekends and during events, along with a cider.