Flying HorseThe Lees
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An imposing 15th century coaching inn with unusually shaped windows and stone arches, that overlooks the village green and is close to the Pilgrims Way. The Flying Horse is a reference to Pegasus, the winged horse ridden by Bellerophon in Greek mythology, the heraldic device of the Knights Templar and the name of early stagecoaches. There are wooden beams and inglenook fireplaces and an old Brewhouse that has been converted into the restaurant and a recently discovered well has been exposed with a glass cover for customers to admire.