The Halfway Inn
Norden, Corfe Castle, Wareham, Dorset
Inns with this name were initially on nation streets. The name showed a helpful and advantageous spot to stop over, change steeds, and have sustenance. It is a sixteenth century thatched inn constructed of cob. This was a neighbourhood system for building called 'cobbing'. Here, locals blended stones with mud and straw for the structure. It shows spooky indications. These incorporate an old woman. She was a previous proprietor. She constantly shows up in one of the bars. She sits at a window seat and weaves. She was proprietor of the pub in the 1920s.