This attractive grade-II listed pub and boutique hotel dates from the early 1700s. Built of plum-coloured brick with large bay windows and red-tiled roof, The Joiners Arms sits on West Malling High Street and is a family-friendly pub with four luxurious guest rooms.
Recently refurbished and with a light and airy feel, the atmosphere at The Joiners is warm and welcoming. Joiners’ tools line the wall and a log fire in the inglenook fireplace burns throughout the winter.
Regulars span the generations and entertainment includes Sky Sports, a games machine, fruit machine and juke box, with a quieter area at the back. There is also a pleasant paved garden outside.
West Malling High Street was the location for filming of the Beatles’ Magical Mystery Tour and Dambuster Guy Gibson VC was stationed at RAF West Malling in the 1940s.