The Barley Mow, Clifton Hampden
According to the Thames Pilot, The Barley Mow was described in Parker's notes (1911): 
Its high overhanging roof is thatched, and its walls are half timbered. The casements admit just enough light to heighten the interior effect. The brick floored kitchen, or may be a parlour, is delightfully snug, and the walls are darkly panelled all round. This Hotel has been enlarged to meet modern requirements but the additional part is not shown as it spoils the effect.
If you stay the night on land at Clifton, you cannot do better than put up at the "Barley Mow." It is, without exception, I should say, the quaintest, most old-world inn up the river. It stands on the right of the bridge, quite away from the village. Its low-pitched gables and thatched roof and latticed windows give it quite a story-book appearance, while inside it is even still more once-upon-a-timeyfied.
- The Bull at Sonning, also mentioned in Three Men in a Boat
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- English Heritage. "Details from listed building database (248680)". Images of England.
- "Thames Riverside Pubs". Barley Mow, Clifton Hampden. Thames Pilot. Retrieved January 04, 2012.
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- Lovesey, Peter (2002). Swing, Swing Together. Chivers Press.
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