The Sun Inn has morphed from run-down village boozer to smart country inn, its cheery yellow facade concealing a mix of local pub, informal restaurant & boutique hotel. The rambling interior mixes panelling, old beams, oak floorboards & no less than three open fires with deep sofas, polished wood tables, modern art & five slick-chic bedrooms. Ravioli stuffed with Swiss chard and ricotta, followed, perhaps, by salmon with chilli and mint, artichoke fritti and zucchini trifolati, reflect the Italian bias of the menu. On the whole, the Sun offers first-class modern cooking in an informal but civilized setting without ignoring the core base of drinkers who are made very welcome with about 15 wines by the glass & regional ales from Adnams & the like. Service is friendly, efficient & attentive. Next door, the Sun runs a greengrocer’s shop (Victoria’s Plums) stocked with plenty of locally grown fruit & veg.