Camping Nearby we were advised to try this pub on the banks of the Stour. It is an old building with a lot of atmosphere and we could not have been looked after better. The menu changes daily and they use local produce however there is a good selection of traditional food and the service was excellent. Very narrow roads to get there and limited parking spaces in this historic town (the smallest town in Britain) are a drawback however the place is well worth a walking visit followed by a good meal.
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