Pub of the Week

Pub of the Week: The Crown, Blackheath

13 February 2013

The Crown, Blackheath is a lively traditional pub in the heart of Blackheath Village, serving food daily and providing refreshment to weary travellers on their way to and from London which it has done since the 16th Century.

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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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