This village pub may be well off the beaten track, but its popularity is assured, largely due to its close proximity to the Thames just east of Henley and its mooring facilities. Weekends are
therefore best avoided in the summer as the extensive garden fills up and parking becomes impossible.The food is very much traditional pub fayre, but the comfortable interior is elegantly furnished
in the style of an Edwardian Hotel. The garden is huge with plenty of seating or lawn area.Ideal stop off point for boaters and ramblers alike.