This pub was once a bakery, but became licensed premises in 1870. This charming pub is a rare outlet in the area for Marston's beers.
Baskets hanging from the rafters is a reminder of Moreton's basket weaving past. There is a small, comfortable bar and a large, attractive conservatory with a dining area. The decor and atmosphere are reminiscent of an Amsterdam 'brown' cafe where the Dutch game of Schoolen can be played. There is a standard menu complemented by an ever-changing and popular list specialising in oriental food. All meals are reasonably priced, with vegetarian options (no food Monday evening). Within the garden area, competition for nesting sites is at a premium between the resident ducks who live on the pond next door - this place is not called Inn-on-the-Marsh for nothing! Guest beers from the Marston's stable.