Built in 1905 on the site of its burnt-down predecessor  (originally the Lion and Lamb), The Musketeer has a lounge bar, with open fires and pew-like window seating, a family room, and a noteworthy inn sign. Home-cooked meals, soups and sandwiches are available at lunch time and early evening. The adjacent building, with semi-circular windows, was built as a stable but never used as such.