A traditional pub with a good range of well-priced beers and a real community ethos.
Really liked the beer garden at the back where we could sit and watch the river go past.
The only reason it doesn't get 5 stars is that perhaps it has been 'too' successful in being a community pub- as we walked in a lot of heads turned so felt like a bit of an outsider. Hopefully that will change if we go back!
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