We have a book of Kent Pubs published in 1964 and the George is in it so we thought we should see if it still exists. Fortunately it does and was a pleasure to visit at a lunchtime. The staff, particularly the blonde manageress (?) were friendly, efficient and quite busy. The food was more than acceptable. The food, including the coffee received my wife's seal of approval (and mine) as did the interior of the pub. The weather was a bit dull but as the pub is at the top of a hill the views in the summer (when we hope to visit again) must be fantastic. The locals were very friendly and one particular gentleman, whose father had been the local vicar pointed us in the direction of a memorial to American and Canadian airman killed in WW2. Also there is some memorabilia in the bar of the George.Well worth a visit!
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