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Submitted on Tuesday, 11th September 2018
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The Man of Ross in Ross-On-Wye

Cracking pub just on the edge of town. I arrived just on opening time and there were already a handful of regulars gathering. The outside area was a real sun trap on a sunny day. HPA, Butty Bach and London Pride on offer. The HPA was excellent. Well worth a visit.
Reviewed by Delboy 20

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5th Jul 2022, 17:06
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Watermans Arms in Windsor
Located just off Eton’s attractive High Street, and perhaps therefore missing out on some of the tourists strolling over the footbridge from Windsor, it’s worth walking the extra few yards to track it down as it certainly appears to be one of the more appealing options in the vicinity.

It’s largely open plan internally forming a rough U shape around the bar counter, although there is also a small snug just opposite the bar. It’s quite cosy and traditional inside, with flagstone style tiling on the floor, black wood panelling on the lower part of the walls and cream plasterwork above. The snug area was painted entirely black, and some wine box end wall paper made a bit of a feature at one end. The snug had a red tartan carpet covering much of the floor, and a good selection of beer mats tacked to the ceiling, but the main things of note were several shelves of books lining much of the room. These were available to buy at £1 each in aid of a local charity, but unusually many of them appeared to be new although there were some second-hand ones in there as well. Elsewhere were a couple of brick fireplaces with wood burning stoves and all manner of nautical artefacts as befits it’s location. A map of the Thames had been drawn on to the ceiling although much of this was obscured by a very long sculling boat and it’s oars. Elsewhere were more oars, ship’s wheels, and of course, the obligatory display of knots in a glass case, as well as shields, flags, lots of tankards hung from the beams and a pile of board games. The menu offered a decent looking selection of pub grub dishes, and our ciabatta’s with Brie & Bacon and Prawn Salad certainly hit the spot.

Beers on tap were Purity Ubu and Mad Goose, Shepherd Neame’s Storm IPA, Adnams Ghost Ship, St Austell Proper Job and Wadworth’s 6X. Ciders were well represented with Snail’s Bank Fruit Bat, Harry’s Flash Harry, Lilley’s Red Rabbit, Aspall’s Suffolk and Inch’s Medium Apple. All in all, a cracking pub and well worth checking out.
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