The Watermans Arms, Wouldham

The Watermans Arms

  • Welcome to the Watermans Arms

The Waterman’s Arms is a traditional Victorian pub in Wouldham village High Street. Taking pride in being a friendly pub for families and the local community, the pub also welcomes walkers enjoying a trip along the Pilgrim’s Way or a stroll by the nearby river.

Two open fires, one of which is inglenook, make for a cosy atmosphere in which customers can enjoy a good pint, glass of wine or freshly home-cooked meals, which range from tasty sandwiches to traditional pub lunches in the bar. Ingredients are locally sourced while meat is supplied by a nearby farm.

The Waterman’s Arms has a good sized garden with a large play area and a special attraction – two little piglets named Pinky and Perky.

Regular events include a live band once a month and karaoke every fortnight.