Based in the gorgeous village of Warehorne, The Woolpack Inn is an idyllic country pub set among the sweeping Kent countryside. Part of a small collection of pubs in Kent owned by the same group, including The Radnor Arms and The Five Bells Inn, The Woolpack Inn provides a cosy ambience in which to enjoy some comforting plates of food alongside a few pints.
Everything about the Woolpack Inn from the outside screams traditional country boozer; the large detached building is set back from the road and features a painted white-brick facade with a wooden extension at one end.
There’s plenty of space out front to sit outside with your food or drinks depending on the time of year. Visitors are greeted by piles of wood beside the front door, waiting to be thrown on the fire within. The inside of the pub is rustic through and through with a random mixture of objects hanging from the walls and ceiling, and mismatching chairs sat around large wooden tables.
When it comes to the food, the pub menu offers a range of British classics. Starters include a Cumberland Scotch egg served with tomato chutney, and a salmon and lemon fishcake, while for mains you can expect dishes such as a lamb neck curry with pilaff rice, and Kentish pie of the day with mash and mushy peas.
A tempting pudding menu features plenty of favourites including seasonal crumble with custard, and a banoffee cheesecake. Meanwhile a more basic bar menu provides a further selection of sandwiches, pizzas, burgers and snacks which are particularly well suited to lunches.
So whether you’re wanting to try one of the local beers on offer alongside a sandwich, or you’re looking for a proper three-course meal where you can indulge in one of the bottles of wine from the extensive list, The Woolpack has you covered.