The Thatcher’s Arms has been sitting pretty as a picture in the village of Great Warley since the 16th century. Since then, it has maintained its reputation within the community as a great place to gather for a relaxing drink and a scrumptious, hearty meal. Visit in the morning and treat yourself to smoked salmon and scrambled eggs on toast or crispy bacon on fresh bread. In the daytime, traditional homemade pub fare graces the menu, accompanied by a range of the chef’s daily specials that utilise the season’s offering. There’s a popular roast dinner served on Sunday, which offers diners a choice of beef, lamb, pork or chicken, accompanied by a plethora of delicious trimmings. Special occasions can also be celebrated at the Thatcher’s Arms, and a hot or cold buffet spread can be laid on.