Formerly the Effingham Arms, and latterly the Hedgehog, the pub received its new name when it reopened following refurbishment on 31 May 2013. Food is the main aim although real ale is sold. Food is served from 12-10 Monday to Saturday and 12-9 Sunday and features a range of dining options including pizzas from a wood fire oven and charcoal grilled steaks. Most tables are laid for diners, with the main restaurant area to the left. At the front on the right the area round the bar and a small room off are the main drinking areas with a further dining area behind which includes the pizza oven. There is an open fire in the bar area with a selection of board games available next to it. Dogs are welcome in the right hand side of the bar. There is a garden at the back with a heated covered terraced area and some tables in front of the pub. There are baby changing facilities in the disabled toilets and some disabled parking spaces. Nine rooms are also available to let. The pub is owned by Marstons, although it is not branded as such. The guest beer tends to come from a Marston controlled brewery such as Ringwood.