St Johns Bridge, LECHLADE ON THAMES, GL7 3HA
When workmen constructed a new bridge over the Thames in 1220, they also built an almshouse to live in. It became an inn in 1472, and its flagstone floors and beams give the interior great character. The extensive menu features meat, fish and vegetarian options, as well as pizzas, filled jacket potatoes and burgers. This family-friendly pub offers smaller portions for children, who also have their own separate menu. The large garden often hosts live jazz, an annual steam week and a beer festival, both in June, plus a riverfolk festival in July.
Tel: 01367 252313
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Courage Best Bitter, Sharp's Doom Bar, guest ales
All day all week
Children's play area.
Coach parties catered.