Pub of the Week

Pub of the Week: The Peacock, Goudhurst

14 April 2015

The Peacock at Goudhurst is an atmospheric 14th Century pub serving great beer and delicious home-cooked food.  The peg-tiled, weather boarded building dates back to around 1380, stunning to look at from the outside, and inside retaining its historic charm with exposed brickwork, oak beams and inglenook fireplaces.Originally a public house serving the nearby Glassenbury Estate, it is named after t

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Pub of the Week: The Pepper Box Inn, Ulcombe

07 April 2015

The Pepper Box Inn is a traditional, family run pub set high on the Greensand Way, with stunning views over the Kent countryside. The pub has been run by the same family since 1958.

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Pub of the Week: The George & Dragon, Ightham

31 March 2015

The George and Dragon at Ightham is a village pub brimming with character and history.  This impressive Tudor building was built in the early 1500s, originally as a nobleman’s house.

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Pub of the Week: The Crown Inn, Chislehurst

24 March 2015

Situated on the edge of Chislehurst Common, The Crown Inn enjoys an enviable location in this leafy suburb, close enough to London to be an ideal city-goer’s stopover - just a 15 minute direct train, but quiet and green enough to feel a million miles away.

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Pub of the Week: Tom Cribb, London

17 March 2015

The Tom Cribb in Panton Street, SW1 is a lovely little pub, right in the heart of Theatreland, a great place to pop in for a pint – the kind of place people consider themselves lucky to have discovered. It takes its name from the boxer, a bare-knuckle boxing champion between 1809 and 1822, having started fighting in 1805 after his return from the navy.

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