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The Boat Inn, Ashleworth - pub details

Boat Inn

Address: Ashleworth Quay, Ashleworth, Gloucester, Gloucestershire, GL19 4HZ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 31359) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train station Gloucester (4.5 miles)

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> Current user rating: 8.3/10 (rated by 12 users)
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Queen's Arms, Ashleworth (0.5 miles), Royal Exchange, Hartpury (1.2 miles), Canning Arms, Hartpury (1.2 miles), Watersmeet Inn, Hartpury (1.2 miles), Rising Sun, Hartpury (1.5 miles) - see more nearby pubs

 

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Fantastic pub. It is approached down a narrow line past a tithe barn. It appears though you're heading into a farmyard. But right at the end, as far as you can go before driving into the River Severn, is this delightful rural pub. It's very olde worlde inside with a main bar area where a few locals were congregated and a couple of other rooms. Outdoors are several covered areas that resemble an antiques yard. Whilst there are only 3 real ales served, there were a total of 14 real ciders. The ales were Battledown Pale Ale, Clavell & Hind Rook Wood & Lakehouse Cherry Chocolate Porter. Ciders were Fisher's Dry, Mango, Strawberry & Lime, Pomegranate & Orange & Perry, Cotswold Cider Company Hornblower & Muscle Mary, Millwhites Strawberry Cider, Gwynt y Ddraig Fiery Fox, Hartland's Traditional Farmhouse, Out of the Orchard Medium Cider & Perry & Severn Cider Medium & Special. I could have quite happily stayed all day in this pub and got thoroughly sozzled. But there were other new places to try. This will be only the 7th pub I have scored a maximum 10/10, as I struggled to fault it. Well worth seeking out.
blue_scrumpy - 14 Oct 2018 11:22
Lovely pub
caz101 - 17 Mar 2011 18:21
Review below said it all really, cracking location to while away a few hours with excellent conditioned beers & ciders. On the downside small car park - so get there early, no problems. :-)
MisterX - 4 Jul 2009 10:18
Located on the bank of the Severn, a pub how they used to be. Low beams, a number of small rooms, pub games, local characters. There are usually four inexpensively-priced real ales served from the barrel, with a tendency I think towards maltier beers Ė one of the few pubs in Gloucestershire where you might find a mild. Also cider and perry. Donít go for food unless you just want a bread roll. Closed Mondays.
krislee - 20 Oct 2008 21:25
Visited twice in April and May before this summer floods. Four smaller brewery beers all in great condition and about five ciders / perrys. Excellent rolls at lunchtime and a pleasant lawn overlooking The Severn. I'm pleased and surprised it wasn't washed away to the estuary. One of the very best.

southside - 10 Dec 2007 22:41

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