The George is a friendly local pub with a good range of real ales that frequently rotate from a large list of available ales. Open fires help to augment the convivial atmosphere within.
Many of the village sports clubs are centred in the George which guarantees lively evenings of conversation with bowlers ribbing teammates about that missed catch or batsmen celebrating those 50 runs.
Good quality pub fayre is available Monday to Wednesday lunchtimes including hearty soups for passing walkers and cyclists.A Thai Chef, Anya, cooks Thai food from various regions on Thursday and Fridays and there is a range of roast dinners on Sunday lunchtimes.
The Rose is a friendly local pub within the Shepherd Neame brewery family that sells the brewery’s usual ales of Master Brew, Whitstable Bay, Spitfire and the obligatory Guinness and lagers.
The pub has a justly famous Quiz Night on Thursdays with bespoke questions cunningly devised by Rob the Quiz Master.
The Rose’s Chef has travelled widely to learn his trade and now provides a lively and constantly changing menu of seasonal foods. There is a mid week Curry night, Fish Friday and Sunday roasts are a speciality.
The Bull Hotel is a beautiful 14th century inn with 11 ensuite bedrooms and a very popular restaurant that boasts 2 AA Rosettes and is listed in the Michelin Guide.
The Bull became an inn in 1385 and is one of the oldest hostelries in the country and records show the inn’s first license was granted in 1495. Pilgrims journeying to Canterbury along the Pilgrims Way would often break their journey at The Bull.
The Bull prides itself on its excellent restaurant with various menus and its fine wine and craft beer offerings. There is often musical accompaniment with Jazz nights being a speciality.