Pub of the Week

It's a Family Affair at New-Look Wilmington Community Pub

06 February 2013

Wilmington pub the Orange Tree has new licensees, brother and sister team Nick and Pauline Hardy, and a smart new look, after a £85,000 investment by Kent brewers Shepherd Neame. Nick and Pauline, who took over the pub on 22 December 2012, are offering a warm, family welcome as well as first-class roast dinners from the new Hardy Carvery and a dynamic live music line-up of musicians and solo singe

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Relaxing Retreat on the Kent Coast

30 January 2013

The Royal Hotel, Deal has been transformed by a full refurbishment and the introduction of a new restaurant. Public areas and bedrooms have been entirely renovated and the exterior of the hotel boasts Kentish weatherboarding and traditional sign-writing. The Quarterdeck Restaurant boasts a menu brimming with local and seasonal ingredients, including a wide variety of fish and seafood dishes. The h

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Pub of the Week: Blue Anchor, Crowborough

23 January 2013

The Blue Anchor prides itself on offering a warm welcome and delicious locally-sourced and sustainable food. If you like your food to be hearty, honest and full-flavoured then the Blue Anchor is the place for you.

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Pub of the Week: The Tudor Rose

16 January 2013

The Tudor Rose bar, restaurant and carvery offers a warm welcome and a family-friendly atmosphere. Originally two cottages, the building dates from the 1750s and great care has been taken to preserve its warm, comfortable feel. You’ll find a range of classic, hearty meals at the Tudor Rose.

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Pub of the Week: Betsey Trotwood

09 January 2013

The Betsey Trotwood is a characterful Victorian pub in the heart of Clerkenwell in Central London. Combining the joys of the traditional pub with an eclectic range of cultural shenanigans, it offers homemade food and a first class drinks selection. The Betsey has three floors; the main bar room is at street level.

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