The Carpenters Arms is a historic 14th century public house, full of character, standing in an area of outstanding natural beauty yet within easy reach of the towns of Faversham, Ashford and Canterbury.
It serves as the community’s heart in the tiny village of Eastling and all visitors are warmly welcomed.
The oak-beamed bar boasts two old inglenook fireplaces, ideal for cosying up in front of on a winters evening, comfortable leather sofas, and the walls are adorned with fascinating old photographs of hop-pickers working in the locality and antique farmers/coopers artefacts.
The pub serves freshly home-cooked food both in the separate restaurant area and in the bar. Our menu is of a traditional pub lunch style. A good wine selection is offered as well as champagne by the glass and bean to cup coffee, which are made fresh to order.
Live music is offered twice a month and themed nights are worth looking out for.