Crisp mornings, roaring open fires and big fluffy jumpers… it must be Autumn! As the temperature drops and the days get darker, we offer you the 9 cosiest pubs to escape to whether you’re popping in for a pint, or retreating for a delicious hearty meal.
Tucked away on Faversham’s high street, the Sun Inn is the perfect spot to escape the cold weather. It’s got an attractive open fire place and oak beams that’ll make you feel cosy and relaxed. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, we’ll be ready to give you a warm welcome all throughout the day.
Originally built as a farmhouse in 1286, this quintessentially British pub has all the features you’d expect of a historical pub. Brimming with character and warmth, you can relax by the inglenook fire for a spot of relaxation.
Enjoy an Autumnal walk along the South Downs followed by a pint at this idyllic country pub. With a roaring log fire and a beautiful garden, the peaceful surroundings make it the perfect hideaway. Both family friendly and pet friendly!
Close by to the heart of Canterbury, the Millers Arms is perfectly positioned for a sit back and relax whilst enjoying watching the world go by.
With televised live sport and an enormous fireplace you’ll feel right at home here at Mabel’s Tavern. Enjoy a warming curry, a hearty beef pie or classic sausages and mash to warm the heart.
Take a brisk walk along Deal’s seafront and then retreat to the Royal Hotel for period features intertwined with contemporary comfort. Hear the wind whistling and watch the waves crashing whilst enjoying a pint by the cosy fire.
Dating back to 1106, this pub has plenty of history and is everything you would expect of an old coaching inn. Enjoy the comfort of its roaring open-fire on a crisp autumn’s day.
The Black Boy is the ideal place for a peaceful work hub or a catch up with friends. Stop by and enjoy our warming fire and comfortable furniture. With a selection of sandwiches and mains, you could easily hide here all day!