Trout Inn at Tadpole BridgeBuckland Marsh
Buckland Marsh, Tadpole Bridge
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This attractive 17th century pub is in an idyllic setting by the upper reaches of the River Thames. Formerly a toll house for the single-lane ancient bridge alongside, it became a pub in the late 19th century. The light and airy interior features stuffed fish in glass cases, reflecting the popularity of this stretch of river with anglers. There is an emphasis on food including breakfast starting at 8am. Booking is required especially at weekends, however, a pub atmosphere is retained and three ales are provided on hand pump, from the Butcombe portfolio. An extensive grassed area backs onto the Thames, with many benches for eating and drinking al fresco.