The King and Queen sits on the High Street of the town of Edenbridge and close to the River Eden. A half peg-tiled cottagey pub with a cosy, beamed interior, this pub is known for its good food and friendly staff.
Thought to date from the 16th century, this pub is a warm and comfortable place, with oak beams and well-used leather sofas. Customers enjoy darts and pool and there is a pretty beer garden to the rear. Weekend live music draws in a lively crowd.
The food has a reputation for being of great quality – all fresh produce and home-cooked – and the Sunday roasts are particularly popular.
Just up the road is Eden Valley Museum, with Edenbridge Golf and Country Club a short drive to the north west. A little further out to the east is Hever Golf Club.