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The halfway House is between Brenchley and Horsmonden, as its name suggests. This pub serves excellently kept real ales, straight from the barrel, usually 6 - 8 on, mostly from Kent & Sussex but some from further afield. The food is very good and reasonably...More
Great place for a weekend getaway for a beer. The offer includes several regional beer brands from local hops. The interior of the pub is very old and typical, giving it its character, is divided into two rooms. In one of them we can eat...More
Our trip to halfway house was memorable for all the right reasons. Everyone was very welcoming and clearly happy in their work. The outside gardens are divided so you can enjoy a drink/meal without children. There is also an outside bar, although the comprehensive range...More
Took a chance to visit this pub and what a pleasant surprise. A real quirky pub with lots of Real Ales which the barman was willing to let you taste before deciding which one to have. (They sell Larger as well).
The food was excellent...More
Popped in with a couple of friends after a day trip and was amazed at the interior. It was like being below decks in a galleon. Ancient chunky wood everywhere, open fire, resident Jack Russell. Food was reasonably priced and excellent, lots of ales on...More
Me and my other half came here after a walk around the area. Worked up a bit of an appetite. Stopped here by chance, and very glad we did, good selection of drinks and a good menu. Didn't see a vegetarian option tho, so I...More