The Tudor Rose bar, restaurant and carvery extends a warm welcome amid a family-friendly atmosphere in surroundings of great character.
The carvery offers a selection of four meats and a wide selection of fresh vegetables while the restaurant provides an a la carte menu with a wide range of options from ham, egg and chips, mixed grill and fillet steak to the regularly changing specials board consisting of crispy belly pork, pan fried seabass and braised lamb shank.
Originally two cottages, the building dates from the 1750s and great care has been taken to preserve its warm, comfortable feel.
The pub’s hardwood floors, oak furniture and cream décor are complemented by chandeliers, paintings and drawings of the local area and an antique brewery clock in the conservatory.
The Tudor Rose can be found in Chestnut Street, Borden, near Sittingbourne.
By car: The Tudor Rose is just off the A249. It can be reached from the Key Street roundabout and Junction 5 off the M2. It is signposted at both locations.
By bus: The 333 and 334 bus services stop outside the pub.