This was a coaching inn, probably even before the Rams Head which was built in 1640. The oak staircase to the upper rooms, and the wide stone stairway to the cellars can still be seen. In one cellar is a well. After ceasing to be an inn it became a 'skewer shop'. In 1881, the Forget-me-Not Order of Foresters bought this part of the inn for their headquarters. The building had been made into three dwelling houses. Stoneseat consists of what originally were the public roms of the inn, which had its licence transferred to the White Lion in 1829.