The Star Inn, Stone
An old canalside pub which retains two original, flag floored, small bars (dog friendly), these are separated from a more modern, food orientated lounge area and conservatory. An exterior plaque commemorates the pub's place in the Guiness 'Book of Records' for the most differing floor levels in a public house. The Spitfire sign refers to the pub's role in organising the purchase by the town of a Spitfire, named the Star of Stone, for the RAF during the war; look for a commemorative painting and the citation scroll in the pub. Outside tables on the canalside are popular in the summer. Guest ales from the Marston's seasonal offerings.
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