Coalhouse InnGabb Lane
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This riverside pub has been a licensed house since at least the mid 18th century, when it doubled as a coal wharf with passing barges taking coal upstream. The interior is one bar nearly the whole length of the premises and has exposed beams and a tiled floor. Good quality home-cooked meals are served up to 1345 lunchtime and 2100 evenings. Stone steaks are a speciality. The landlord was a butcher and the quality of his meat and fish are clear. Outside a patio overlooks the River Severn making it a lovely spot to while away a summer evening. The pub has its own moorings for customers and is on the Severn Way. The approach road is liable to flooding in the winter. Take-a-way service. Free Wifi. Closed Mondays. From mid-October to mid-March the pub is closed Monday-Wednesday. Wye Valley usually available in the warmer months with other beer, such as Skinners, in the winter months. Re-opened after the 2012-13 Winter floods with a new lease of life,a lick of paint, new pub furniture and a collection of bantam hens in the garden.