Pub of the Week

Pub of the Week: The Tudor Rose, Borden

04 March 2014

The Tudor Rose, Borden, offers traditional food and cask ale in a relaxed, family-friendly atmosphere amid surroundings of great character. Originally two cottages, the building dates back to the 1750s and great care has been taken to preserve its warm, comfortable feel.

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Pub of the Week: The Evenhill, Littlebourne

25 February 2014

Situated on the A257, just a 3 minute drive from Canterbury’s vibrant city centre, The Evenhill at Littlebourne boasts character, charm, warm hospitality and good food.

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Pub of the Week: The Granville, Canterbury

18 February 2014

The Granville has carved out an excellent reputation for serving modern European food of the highest quality and is featured in The Good Food Guide and other major listings.. The pub is full of character and is divided into a comfortable sofa area, a bar area and an eating area, with a central fireplace and original artwork on display for sale.

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Pub of the Week: The Kings Head, Wye

11 February 2014

This week’s featured pub is the incredible Kings Head, that first opened its doors in 1870, situated in the historic village of Wye.

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Pub of the Week: The Rugby Tavern, Holborn

04 February 2014

The Rugby Tavern is traditional English pub so named because it was built around 1850 on land donated by the founder of Rugby School. Its central location, a short walk from the British Museum, London’s theatre district and the Eurostar terminal at St Pancras, makes the Rugby Tavern a lively, bustling pub used by office workers, Bloomsbury residents and tourists.

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