Pub of the Week

Pub of the Week: The Regency Tavern, Brighton

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.

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Pub of the Week: The Rose and Crown, Wrotham

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.

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Pub of the Week: The Chimney Boy, Faversham

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.

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Pub of the Week: The Warren Inn, Romney Marsh

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.

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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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