Panoramic sunsets and a fantastic view of the Weald of Kent are among the attractions of this delightful village pub that sits on top of a hill.
The beer garden at the back is the perfect place to drink in the stunning scenery, and of course, a pint or two of Shepherd Neame’s finest ales, Masterbrew and Whitstable Bay, or Hurlimann and Oranjeboom lagers. Strongbow cider and Guinness are also on draught.
Cyclists, walkers and people out generally enjoying the countryside are always thrilled to discover the 19th Century inn, formerly known as The Drovers.
In winter, a cosy inglenook fire adds plenty of cheer and is perfect for huddling around, drying off and warming up, with rolls available as snacks for those in need of refuelling. There is live music once a month.
For the summer, an outside garden bar and recently upgraded barbecue area complement the mood perfectly and mean there is no need to lose sight of the views for a minute.
Sky Sports are available for those who want to catch the important matches via a large drop down projector screen and we are proud to sponsor our own successful football team. We are especially proud of our two darts teams, which regular top the local leagues.