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From the outside, this quaint, 16th-century hostelry has ‘traditional country pub’ written all over it, but refurbishment has left it all in superb condition – the re-worked interior comes
fashionably stripped back and unbuttoned, all easy-on-the-eye wood floors, bare brick walls, low-beamed ceilings and blazing winter fires, plus five remarkably swanky bedrooms upstairs. This is the
place to sample great Kentish beers and wines: hand-pulled ales from Goachers of Maidstone, Hopdaemon of Faversham and Gadds Ramsgate Brewery, alongside Biddenden cider straight from the barrel,
and wines from Chapel Down, Terlingham and Biddenden vineyards. On the menu, straightforward British classics feature Kentish produce including North Downs rabbit, locally reared lamb, beef and
poultry, fish from Griggs of Hythe and bread from the artisan bakery in Wye.
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