Chestfield Barn is a delightfully historic 14th Century pub restaurant situated in the picturesque village of Chestfield in Kent. Its history dates back to as early as 1084, originally as part of the Chestfield Manor, which is mentioned in the Doomsday Book of 1086.
The Barn features a striking thatched roof, exposed beams, flagstones and original timbers from the Blean Forest epitomising a typically English country style pub. Inside, the balconied, oak beamed restaurant is full of historic charm and character and can comfortably accommodate up to 60 people. As befitting a 14th Century barn, traditional low beams carry a ‘mind your head’ warning as some of them are very low indeed! In winter the cosy open log fire adds to the nostalgic atmosphere of the bar and restaurant where you can enjoy a romantic meal for two, a business lunch, a celebratory dinner or simply one of our delicious Sunday roasts with family.
Outside, the attractive garden with its huge York stone table and Koi carp pond is perfect for al fresco dining. Whether you arrive after a relaxing walk along one of the local footpaths or just want to meet with friends, there is plenty to choose from on the menu.
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