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An out of town gastro-pub with a strong local following, having low ceilings and oak beams in abundance, its origins as a Farmhouse and Blacksmith's Forge dating back to the 13th C. An attractive and cosy seating area, having red-brick walls and an ancient fireplace as centre-piece, beckons as you enter the old bar. Drinkers are also welcome in the surrounding area warmed by a log-burning stove. The pub prides itself in sourcing ingredients locally and producing homemade food that is cooked and served with passion - see http://www.thethatchedtavern.co.uk/eat.htm - an experience they wish to share with you. Fullers LP and W&E Guardsman (a new addition) are regular beers and the pub also serves a house beer Thatched Tavern Best Bitter, by Windsor & Eton brewery. The quirky building and friendly staff, coupled with its blend of food, beers and fine wines makes this pub/restaurant well worth a visit. Strangely for such an establishment, the gents are to be found outside.