Set in the heart of the village of Shepherdswell, the Bricklayers Arms is renowned for its friendly ambience, appealing to locals and visitors.
This comfortable, community country pub was built in 1783 and has lots of character, retaining some of its original features. There is a large, attractive inglenook fireplace providing extra cheer in winter.
Skittles are one of its attractions and the pub has its own alley. It also offers darts, pool and karaoke and sponsors its own football and cricket teams.
Live bands, with a broad appeal, are a popular feature.
Apart from serving Shepherd Neame’s fine ales the pub also offers a good selection of wines.
The establishment is a past winner of the Beer and Brains Award.