Friendly, fresh food pub and restaurant with timber-beamed ceilings, open fires for the winter and a secluded garden for the summer.

This beautiful 400 year old beamed tavern, with its cosy bar and glowing fires serves traditional heart warming bar food such as; 12 hour slow roasted shoulder of lamb; and Pan seared calves liver with classic bubble & squeak, crispy bacon & red wine jus. Good ‘old fashioned’ indulgence is the order of the day in the restaurant, where you’ll find classic English fayre and daily fresh fish specials on the a la carte menu.

“The Thatch”, as it is endearingly known is steeped in local history. Even in the 1700 ‘s it was a well known landmark – and it is said that Queen Victoria’s Royal Carriage was sometimes seen outside, while John Brown was fortifying himself inside before his onward journey to Windsor Castle!

Facilities

  • Beer garden
  • Car park
  • Dogs allowed
  • Family friendly
  • Food
  • Function room
  • Outside area
  • Real ale
  • Real fire
  • Takeaway food