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A 14th-century thatch roofed riverside pub that is popular with boaters and summer visitors. Food is served all day. It has a large frontage near to the flood control gates and bridge over the river Medway. The interior has original beams and wooden panelling in the old thatched part but the rear extension is all new. The restaurant roof has a canoe in the rafters which could be useful if the river floods. The outside area has a large number of tables by the riverside.