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ent, known as the Garden of England hosts the North Downs, a range of chalk hills, which terminate on the Straits of Dover in the famous White Cliffs. To the south is the fertile lowland area known as the Weald, where pretty villages are tucked away. The cone-shaped roofs of the traditional oast houses, where the hops were dried, are characteristic of the countryside and some windmills also survive. The history of Canterbury dates back some 2,000 years and its magnificent cathedral is one of the country's outstanding sights.Click Here For a List of Links to Inns with Websites

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Albion Tavern

Front Brents, Faversham Creek, Faversham, Kent ME13 7DH Tel: 01795 591411
Back to top MAP Superb Food Excellent Ale Guide Dogs Welcome Wheelchair Access Adjacent to Faversham Creek M2 J6 Highly Recommended Inn of the Year 2000
The AlbionVery Popular inn overlooking Faversham Creek. Real ales and high quality food served in an English atmosphere with a hint a French style. 2000 Inn of the Year

The Alma

Painters Forstal, Faversham, Kent, ME13 0DU Tel: 01795 533835
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Excellent village inn which used to be called 'The Candlehouse'. The candles used to help the hop workers find their way back to the inn.

Bull At Benenden

The Street, Benenden, Kent, TN17 4DE Tel: 01580 240054
Back to top MAP The Bull Home Page Email the Bull Accommodation Real Fire Children Welcome Well Behaved Dogs Welcome Grade II Listed
905.jpg (18437 bytes)Dating back to 1608, the Bull is located next to the delightful village green which plays host to village cricket. Good home cooked food and well kept ales are served with a friendly smile in an establishment that once saw the Queen Mother pay a visit.

Bottle House Inn

Coldharbour Road, Penshurst, Kent, TN11 8ET Tel: 01892 870306
Back to top MAP Excellent Food Real Fire Children Welcome Well Behaved Dogs Welcome Hever Castle Nominated by Maggie Jean
Converted barn full of character dating back to the 19th century as an inn. Low beamed ceilings and open fires are complimented by superb food, good ale and friendly staff.

Canterbury Tales

12 The Friars, Canterbury, Kent, CT1 2AS Tel: 01227 768594
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Canterbury has surprisingly few quality pubs but the Canterbury Tales has good ale, well priced food and a homely feel which comes from the Marlowe theatre opposite.

Chafford Arms

Spring Hill, Fordcombe, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, TN3 0SA   Tel: 01892 740267
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Chaffrod ArmsBuilt in the 1850's, designed by George Davey and clad in Kent tile hanging, the Chafford is located opposite the village green and cricket club. It specialises in seafood and serves traditional ale.

King William IV

The Street, Benenden, Kent , TN17 4DJ Tel: 01580 240636
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906.jpg (18516 bytes)Excellent 16th Century inn serving great quality food with an excellent wine list and well kept ales. Exposed beams and low ceilings prevail in the interior, along with a large inglenook fireplace and rustic wooden furniture

Pilgrims Rest

Canterbury Road, Kennington, Kent , TN24 9QR Tel: 01233 636863
Back to top MAP Email the Pilgrims Rest 34 Rooms Wheelchair Access 5 Acres of Parkland Gardens M20 J10
Traditional Country inn set in 5 acres of parkland gardens with a reputation for excellent food.

Red Lion

Lower Green Road, Rusthall, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, TN4 8TW   Tel: 01892 670621
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Apparently the oldest licensed pub in Kent. The Red Lion is popular for good food.

Three Chimneys

Hareplain Road, Biddenden, Ashford, Kent, TN27 8LW   Tel: 01580 291472
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441.jpg (21986 bytes)Traditionally furnished rooms, complete with timber beams, bare brick walls and antique fittings, radiate off the central bar counter at this wonderful 16th-century country inn, which has earned a reputation for the quality of its food. Ales are straight from the cask which helps to make the Three Chimney's popular, especially in summer.

Three Tuns

The Street, Lower Halstow, Sittingbourne, Kent, ME9 7DY   Tel: 01795 842840
Back to top MAP Grade II Listed Close to the Medway Estuary
Three TunsGrade II listed pub with excellent food and a range of real ales, located in a small, quiet village surrounded by the Kent marshes.

White Lion Inn

The High Street, Tenterden, Kent, TN30 6BD Tel: 01580 765077
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Town Centre inn which sits just a little way back from Tenterden's high street, across the road is Saint Mildred's Church and the Kent and East Sussex steam railway. Good wholesome home cooked food.

Woodcock Inn

Woodcock Lane, Iden Green, Kent, TN17 4HT Tel: 01580 240009
Back to top MAP Superb Food Excellent Ale Real Fire Children Welcome Picturesque location Highly Recommended
907.jpg (24333 bytes)Not quite in the centre of Iden Green (and it's not a big centre) makes the Woodcock a little struggle to find, but well worth it. Surrounded by 'Moor Wood' with a car park on the opposite side of the lane, the Woodcock will appear to be full and that's because it is a small place with very low well worn beams. The woodcock does though, ooze quality. With fine food, excellent ales and a good wine list, you can't go wrong, even the ice bucket & spoon are made from silver. Friendly service and comfortable seating around a hop covered inglenook only add to the atmosphere.

Ye Old Crown Inn

74-76 The High Street, Edenbridge, Kent, TN8 5AR Tel: 01732 867896
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14th Century inn with a sign which spans the high street. Once the haunt of the notorious smugglers, the Ramsey gang, Ye Old Crown now serves locals and visitors with excellent fayre and a range of beers and wines. Located close to the border with Surrey and just over 10 miles from Gatwick Airport.