What a jolly place this is, with masses of flowers outside and a boisterous crowd eager to see a British pub at its most baroque. The interior is a medley of flags, wicker baskets, chamber pots, memorabilia of Winston Churchill and American presidents, plus a thriving Thai restaurant serving up curries, stir-fries and noodles in a jungle of greenery. Tireless landlord Gerry O’Brien has run the show for nearly 30 years and has created a real sense of bonhomie with open fires, candles, amber lights and hot toddies keeping out the winter chill, and special nostalgic bonanzas reserved for Churchill’s birthday. Real ales and guest beers get the CAMRA seal of approval, too.
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