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Eat and Drink

Book a short break at our self catered cottage accommodation and be surrounded by great pubs and restaurants

King Henry VIII Pub


Tradition reigns supreme at The King Henry VIII, a historic sixteenth century, Tudor pub in Hever, Kent which has been open to guests in its present building for over 500yrs. 

Sit inside and soak up the historic atmosphere, with a roaring fire to keep you cosy, or head out into the beautiful beer garden. 7 mins drive.

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The Rock  


A wonderful gem of a pub in Chiddingstone. Perfect for a meal or a casual drink. It enjoys a lovely location in the Kent countryside. This is a the perfect local pub, run for locals and loved by locals for its great charm, real food and a genuinely friendly atmosphere. Very welcoming. 12 mins drive.

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The Carpenters Arms


The Carpenters Arms is in the heart of the beautiful National Trust-managed Limpsfield Common, a wonderful ancient landscape to enjoy on foot, by bike or on horseback. It serves award-winning real ales and lagers brewed nearby at Westerham Brewery.

It has a comfortable bar and restaurant and you can also enjoy the large garden and dining terrace in good weather. 7 mins drive.

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Kent Vineyards


There are now more than 50 vineyards set in the wonderful Garden of Kent countryside many of which which welcome visitors to their tours, wine tastings, restaurants and retail outlets. A great way to spend one of your days exploring the regions best wine/champagne producers. 

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The Wheatsheaf Pub 


Set in the heart of the Garden of England, The Wheatsheaf in Bough Beech is a wonderfully restored hunting lodge dating back to the 15th century, and reputed to have been used by guests of Hever Castle. The area is steeped in history and natural beauty as well as brimming in outstanding local produce. 7 mins drive.

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The Castle Inn 


The Castle Inn is a much-loved local pub and sits in a Grade II* listed building at the heart of this National Trust owned Tudor village in Chiddingstone. Seating is outside on fine days and inside if the weather is inclement. Combine with visiting nextdoor Chiddingstone Castle.

10 mins drive.

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Westerham Brewery


At Westerham Brewery there is a variety of activities including: Open Evenings, Pizza at The Brewery Saturdays / Sundays at The Brewery, Curry & Classic Cars, Brewer for a Day and Brewery Tours. Brewing in Westerham dates back to the early 1600s. Particularly fun for a summer's alfresco lunch or evening after visiting the village of Westerham. 7 mins drive.  

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