Basic yet friendly locals' pub which forms one end of a terrace of houses and whose previous existence as a Charrington's house is evidenced by its leaded (but now clear) windows and tiled lower exterior faÃ§ade (albeit now painted green). The wood-panelled interior is effectively still two-bar with a public section to the left which contains some unusual moulded heraldic wall badges and an attractive grape vine coving. The saloon area to the right is distinguished by an attractive Bass mirror, a bar billiard table, plus a "library" of paperback books. Pub game fans will also find pool and darts here. A great community pub, selling a very good pint. One guest beer will come from the Brakspear list and so will tend to be from the Marston's portfolio. An additional beer will usually be a LocAle or from the Brakespeare micro-brewery in Henley. The small garden is also home to the pub's occasional beer festivals. The pub serves food each lunchtime between 12 and 3 with filled rolls and soup available all day.