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What a gem!!
A lovely traditional pub...
A very warm welcome...
Food was perfect, I had pork belly and black pudding with lots of scrummy gravy and vegetables!
Perfect bottle of red wine and what topped the night, there was a quiz that we wasn’t...More
Always a wide range of well kept real ales available. Most are local to Kent and Sussex. 2 beer festivals a year. The interior is wooden beams and low ceilings. Serves good "homecooked" food. A must ofa pub for real ale lovers
Really friendly bar tender, who can explain all the craft beers. You can also taste several to find the one that suits your palette. We did not eat there so I can’t comment but I am told the food is very good. The prices are...More
We visited with friends and their hound (the pub is very dog friendly) on the run up to Christmas. Food was superb, as was the service and atmosphere with the pub clearly having a good local following which is always nice to see. 14 real...More
What a lovely pub. This pub is a 40 minute drive from me, but it’s worth the trip. Great cask ale, lovely food, quirky layout and no music to shout above during your meal - great place, would definitely recommend.
The pub looks stunning, it’s decked out really nice but unfortunately when we visited there were a lot of locals in which is fine but you really felt you were intruding on someone else’s party. We were waiting at the bar and I can only...More
Super country pub with excellent food. My only quibble was, it was our first visit, and the person that took us to our table did not tell us that we had to order at the bar ( not very convenient ) or that the menu...More