Pub of the Week: The Britannia, Guildford

06 September 2016

The Britannia is a popular pub just a few minutes’ walk from the centre of Guildford. Situated in a very pleasant location on the banks of the River Wey, the pub is ideal for relaxing after a sightseeing or shopping trip.

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Historic Village Pub Unveils New Function Room

02 September 2016

The George Inn in the picturesque village of Leeds near Maidstone, famed for its beautiful castle, has a new function room. The historic Shepherd Neame pub, which dates back to 1652, has been run by licensee Deborah Tharp for the past three years.

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Pub of the Week: The Compasses, Crundale

30 August 2016

The Compasses Inn at Crundale, near Canterbury is a beautiful example of a traditional, rural country pub. Nestled in the Downs between Canterbury and Ashford, it is popular with walkers, locals and foodies – if you eat here once, you’ll definitely want to return.

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Pub of the Week: The Shakespeare, Canterbury

23 August 2016

The Shakespeare is a restaurant and bar nestled in the heart of the historic city of Canterbury, just a short stroll from the cathedral. Tucked away from the High Street in Butchery Lane, it’s a friendly place that loves food, wine and music, and takes the job of feeding you really quite seriously.

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Pub of the Week: The Foresters Arms, Tonbridge

16 August 2016

The Foresters Arms is a popular pub in Tonbridge town centre, close to transport links and shops. Refurbished earlier this year by new landlord Tyson, the pub now has a relaxed, laid back ambience, with touches of vintage décor, plants, and a whole host of art, movie posters, album covers and travel photography on the walls.

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