Situated in a beautiful rural location on a high point, The Bull has amazing views of the bucolic Kentish countryside all around; hot air balloons often fly in the area and a fantastic view of them is to be had from the pub garden. The area is a magnet for walkers, cyclists and sightseers generally, and the 13th century church of St Nicholas, right next door, contains an interesting and varied collection of monuments.
The ancient building is well over 300 years old, and this is reflected in the cosy, traditional interior with its three open fires. Outside is a splendid large garden with a raised covered and heated al fresco eating area, and the garden even provides some ingredients for the pubs kitchens. The home-cooked food is very varied – pub lunches, traditional steaks, pies, fish & chips, and modern British a la carte, plus there is an ever-changing specials board, which contains more exciting and unusual dishes.