07 October 2014
The Duke of Cumberland is a large, friendly pub in the centre of Whitstable, just a short stroll from the beach. Ideally located, dog friendly, serving a great pint, and with all the live music you could ever want...
23 September 2014
The Blue Anchor is a friendly village pub with something a little different to offer – its own smokehouse. The pub, on the outskirts of Crowborough, is fast becoming known for its excellent food, not least because of its own Little Blue Smokehouse, where staff smoke a range of produce themselves.
09 September 2014
The Zetland Arms in Kingsdown, near Deal, is a fantastic little pub situated right on the beach. Following a refurbishment last year funded by Shepherd Neame, the pub looks smart and clean, while retaining its homely, traditional feel. There are some lovely nautical touches to the décor, using nets, rope, wood and copper to reflect the seafaring spirit of this little gem of a pub.
02 September 2014
A new look has been unveiled at historic pub the Railway Telegraph in Forest Hill.
The Shepherd Neame pub in Stanstead Road opened in 1853, and is named after the railway telegraph system installed by the London, Brighton & South Coast Railway along its line from London Bridge through Forest Hill in the same year.
26 August 2014
The Woolpack Inn in Chilham, near Canterbury is a traditional inn dating back over 600 years, with many surviving period features tucked away inside this imposing building. Situated just a short drive or bus ride from Canterbury, The Woolpack offers the perfect stopover for those wishing to enjoy both the quiet of a Kentish country village, and the bustle of the city centre.