Pub of the Week

Pub of the Week: The Market Inn, Faversham

16 December 2014

The Market Inn, Faversham is a Victorian pub just out of the town centre, originally built to serve the town’s increasing population around the time of the arrival of the railway.  This year the pub celebrated its 150th anniversary, and enjoyed an external makeover, giving it a clean, fresh look.The pub has been adapted over the years, but retains separate public and saloon bars, as well as a more

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Pub of the Week: The White Hart

09 December 2014

The White Hart is a welcoming, traditional pub in the heart of Canterbury city centre, just off Castle Street.

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Pub of the Week: The Mermaid Inn, Bishopsbourne

25 November 2014

The Mermaid Inn is a traditional village pub in the heart of Bishopsbourne, a village just a few miles outside Canterbury

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Pub of the Week: The Chimney Boy, Faversham

18 November 2014

The Chimney Boy is a spacious, characterful pub near the centre of town, just a short walk from Faversham Rail Station. The old building has plenty of character, including three inglenook fireplaces.

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Pub of the Week: The Hoop and Grapes, Farringdon

11 November 2014

The Hoop and Grapes is an award-winning, traditional English pub nestled in the centre of London.  Dating from 1721, the pub was saved from demolition in the 1990s and is now a Grade 2 listed building, having once been the location for secret ‘Fleet’ weddings in the 18th Century.The pub is much larger inside than it appears, with a cosy, friendly atmosphere, busy with regulars and visitors alike.

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