Press – Evening Standard

Drinking – Country Pubs – November 2000

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This grand, imposing building was built in the 16th century as a coaching inn. It fell on hard times back in the Nineties; Bass didn’t know what to do with it, so they sold it to a partnership team of Diccon Wright and Peter Cornwell. They have transformed the pub, and its fortunes, into a very sleek operation over two floors which includes bars and a restaurant area.

About Diccon Wright

Christopher Diccon Wright is a restaurateur and property specialist who has established and grown successful operations in the UK and Mediterranean. He has also worked on a consultancy and advisory basis for a wide range of food and property clients.