06 May 2014
One of Brighton’s best-known pubs, the Grade II listed, lavish Regency Tavern dates back to 1700 when part of the pub operated as a toll, where people could pay a ha’penny to promenade around Regency Square. Harking back to the splendour and glamour of Regency Brighton, the pub is richly decorated with fine furnishings, cherubs, paintings and ornate mirrors.
01 April 2014
A couple are celebrating the completion of a major refurbishment project at the Hook & Hatchet at Hucking near Maidstone.
Licensees David Bacon and Charlotte Clarke have spent the past three months working to restore the traditional pub, set high on the North Downs next to the Woodland Trust’s beautiful 560 acre Hucking Estate.
25 March 2014
A couple who have just taken on their first pub tenancy are celebrating the completion of a £75,000 refurbishment project.
Zoe Clubb and Drew King moved into the Rose and Crown at Wrotham just over a year ago.
The pair were experienced in the industry, Zoe as front-of-house staff, and Drew as an accomplished chef.
18 March 2014
A couple who met working at the London Olympics are now championing a very different venture – the Chimney Boy in Faversham. Nicola McCullagh and Michael Payne have just become licensees of the historic Shepherd Neame pub, situated in Preston Street near the town’s railway station.
11 March 2014
Situated at the heart of Romney Marsh to the North East of New Romney, The Warren Inn is a friendly and cosy traditional Victorian Pub. The pub's ideal location makes it the perfect place to grab some lunch or relax in the evening on a family day out.