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Tel - 01684275714,  The Boathouse, Mythe Road Tewkesbury, GL20 6EB

Welcome to the Boathouse Tewkesbury


Set on King John's island just a two minute walk from Tewkesbury High Street, The Boathouse enjoys unparalled river views and a hugh terrace, perfect for a lazy afternoon watching the boats go by!


We're open daily from 11am and serve food all day from noon until 10pm (9pm on Sunday).


We're really proud of our pub and we'd love you to come and say hello.  Whether it's for a special meal with friends and family, a big work party or if you just want to snuggle up on a sofa with a laptop and good coffee, we look forward to seeing you.


Many thanks,


Johnny, Matt, Rhys and the Team

Even more reasons to visit us this Winter...

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Happy Hour

Friday 4-7pm

Let our bartenders cheer you up with one of their wonderful creations!  241 on all our cocktails  Friday  4-7pm.

Sunday Roasts

Every Sunday from 12pm

Get the family and friends together on Sunday, we're serving our famous roasted chicken, roasted rib of beef and roasted pork with crispy crackling and all the trimmings! 

Fish night

Every Friday from 6pm

Every thursday evening our fish suppliers in Cornwall, Devon and Scotland inform us of their day's catch.   We place an order, have it delivered on Friday morning and on our specials board by 6pm.

Quality product - the key to delicious and sustainable food

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David Dudley: Our local butcher

We're delighted that our friends at David Dudley's butchery are supplying us with our meats - all of which are British.


Our chicken, beef, lamb and pork are all farmed in Gloucestershire and the Midlands.

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Why we only use hand dived scallops

Only 2% of the 20 000 tonnes of scallops landed annually are hand-dived, the rest are "dredged".  Dredging is done by pulling a heavy steel square frame with spikes along the sea-bed to rake-up buried clams.  The frame is covered with chain mesh which opens on the front side, functioning as a net.  

While it is an efficient form of fishing - it is decimating life in our waters.  It is infact, the most significant cause of ecosystem degradation in our coastal seas.  The heavy iron teeth rip through habitats and flatten the sea-bed, killing everything in its path and demolishing fish nurseries.