Absolutely brilliant little drinking bolt hole. Open fire, mismatched furniture around barrel tables and an amazing list of Kentish wines and ciders. Great ambience and well worth a visit.
The barman wasn't the friendliest, didn't say hello when we came in and wasn't particularly helpful when asking for advice. On the plus side the lady who was at the bar later was lovely.
We would definitely go back......
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