Pub of the Week

Pub of the Week: The Pepper Box Inn, Ulcombe

31 December 2013

Full of character, The Pepperbox Inn is a traditional family run pub situated in Ulcombe near Maidstone - heart of the Kent countryside. Located a short distance from Leeds Castle on the greensand way and the south eastern toll ride, the pub is in an ideal spot for walkers & riders alike, and is happy to accommodate groups.

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Pub of the Week: The Zetland Arms, Kingsdown

24 December 2013

Beautifully nestled under the cliffs beneath the Walmer & Kingsdown Golf Club and the spectacular White Cliffs country walk, the Zetland Arms is the perfect sea side pub, offering beautifully cooked fresh seafood dishes accompanied by an unrivalled location right on the beach.

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Transformed Castle Hotel is Fit for a King

17 December 2013

Eynsford’s the Castle Hotel has re-opened after a 14 week long, £90,000 joint refurbishment by new licensees Sharon and Gordon Thompson and brewer Shepherd Neame. A family business, husband and wife Sharon and Gordon and their four children are all involved in the day-to-day running and bring a wealth of experience in pubs and restaurants to the venture.  The couple were previously licensees of an

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Pub of the Week - Hop Pole

19 November 2013

Wandsworth pub the Hop Pole, famed for its first-class real ales and lagers, has reopened after a £60,000 refurbishment by brewer Shepherd Neame. A traditional community local overlooking the beautiful, grade II listed Wandsworth Park, the pub has been completely redecorated and updated.  The pub now sports a new bar, wooden flooring, lighting and re-upholstered furniture as well as a new fireplac

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Full Steam Ahead for Refurbished Reigate Pub

12 November 2013

Reigate pub the Prince of Wales, Holmesdale Road has reopened after a £120,000 refurbishment by brewer Shepherd Neame, which has been inspired by the pub’s railway history. Named after a steam train and situated adjacent to Reigate station, the pub dates back to the 1850s and was formerly a railway building owned by British Rail. 

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