CAMRA’s Good Beer Guide is of course also a good pub guide with always good suggestions for which pubs on the Thames Path are worth stopping at for lunch.
The 2014 edition just published confirms well-known pubs such as The Waterman’s Arms at Eton, which is on the path, and The Crown in Lechlade.
The Thames Path seems to get more mentions this year.
The most handy listing must be for The Bounty on Cock Marsh near Cookham where opening used to be vague. Indeed the address has always been difficult as it is just over the railway bridge from Bourne End.
Before the footbridge was attached in 1993 you had to ring a bell and be rowed across from the station side. The delight is that the pub cannot be reached by car.
Editor Roger Protz has nailed down some opening times: 12 to 11pm in summer and weekends only 12-dusk in winter.