This small, two-room city-centre pub has a truly friendly atmosphere. It's one of the four remaining pubs on the infamous King Street Run pub crawl, which involved a pint in each of the eight pubs. The oarsman in the pub's name is commemorated in the fine etched windows. Both bars are wood-panelled with Victorian counters and bar backs, fixed benches and a part-glazed partition between the rooms. It is on the National Inventory as having a historic pub interior of regional importance. Opening hours may vary in winter.