Perhaps boasting one of the most unusual names for a pub in Kent, the Bush, Blackbird and Thrush stands in a rural setting surrounded by fields.
Very much a traditional country pub, it is thought to date from the 15th century and has all the features to go with it! A roaring open fire warms the soul in winter and provides a divide between the main bar and restaurant throughout the year.
A menu of tried and trusted tasty home cooked food is offered to a high standard using fresh local produce and up to 30 people can be seated in the restaurant.
The house is listed in the latest Good Beer Guide, keeping a great selection of Shepherd Neame ales as well as quality wines. Two local teams play darts from here while cribbage, bat and trap and cards are available as well.
Walkers will enjoy easy access to both the Greensand Way and the Wealden Way from here too. For those coming by car, there is plenty of parking.