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I'm guessing that the town would have been a sort of stagecoach hub in days of old, and this is the inn that outlasted the competition.
Friendly and unpretentious inn with a cozy feel to it. We struggled to find a good dog walk from the village without a long stretch of road walking, which was a shame.
A friendly and welcoming inn close to the M50 Junction 1, and Upton. Dogs are welcome in the pub and the walk is an easy route over fields.
Smart dining pub with a lovely vine-covered terrace that seems so Mediterranean when the sun shines. Bar menu available Monday to Saturday from noon.
Family and dog-friendly pub, with a relaxed atmosphere and pizzas on the menu.
Large and popular dining pub with a fabulous view of the marshes and meandering river. On a sunny day the garden's the place to be.
This is where William the Conqueror fought his battle and took the English throne. And Harald lost his eye and a kingdom. Since then the sea has receded so it's not as dramatic as you might expect.
This is so incredible, a 15th century building that is still fully in use and looking amazing. It was a farmhouse first, and became a pub later. But what a treat to experience this!
Local pubby pub near to a reservoir that's good for a dog walk. Parts of the building are really old, and there's a friendly feel to the place. Real ales and comfort eating.
Fabulously ancient pub, just stunning. And wonderful that it's still very much in use and not a museum. Service and food are re-assuringly modern.
Historic and dog-friendly pub that could almost be a tourist destination in its own right, it's so old. The food is much praised by locals, and did look very appetising.
A homely and welcoming pub, and on the day we were here it was lovely to see a cockerpoo puppy starting his life with pub socialisation skills.