Young's Bitter, Young's Special , Wells Bombardier, and seasonal ales,
This traditional two roomed pub is hidden in a small lane, just a short walk to the river Thames. Rebuilt in 1898, the original 17th century pub was home and hostelry to the men who ran the ferry and barges. Today it's a quiet and restful pub, with good ales and food. There's live music on Monday evenings. The Waterman's Arms -
This is an entirely wonderful pub. The food is first rate. And just like Dr Who's Tardis, it is a lot bigger on the inside; with a pleasant 'snug' area behind the comfortable main Bar; and a large dining room upstairs. I especially look forward to the winter in the Watermans as there is always an open log fire to ensure a warm welcome from Bill and his staff.