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Real Cider Pubs

Here's a list of the pubs across our branch serving real cider.

Please be aware that, due to the pandemic, this information may be out-of-date. If you do find any errors or omissions, please email ku.gro.armac.sdd@reciffo.sbup.

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Branch pubs selling real cider

  • Barfrestone
    • Wrong Turn Pie Factory Road Barfrestone CT15 7JG Telephone07522 554118

      This chalet-style pub, which opened in August 2014, is situated in the picturesque hamlet of Barfrestone - just a five minute walk from 12C Saint Nicholas Church, the second oldest Norman church in the UK.

      The pub has a comfortable, country kitchen feel to it with wooden tables and chairs, sideboard, piano and a wood-burning stove.

      From the corner bar a good selection of real ales, which includes a mild from the Wantsum brewery, and ciders, including one from Kent, are served alongside an excellent selection of wines. Coffee and tea are also available.

      Cold platters with hand-made pork pies or scotch eggs and a cheese board are available. Food can be served at other times if pre-ordered.

      There is a small TV in the corner but this is only used to show major sporting events.

      Outside there is a small, sheltered patio and a lawned area with picnic benches.

      Clubs wishing to hold meetings or other events are welcome to contact the pub to make arrangements. The pub can open earlier for groups, if pre-arranged, and may close a little earlier on quiet evenings.

      The pub is a pleasant 1 1/2-mile walk from Shepherds Well railway station and walkers are welcome in the pub.

      Branch Pub of the Year 2016 and Branch Pub of the Season Autumn 2015.

      Please note that the pub may close occasionally for private functions.

  • Coldred
    • Carpenters Arms The Green Coldred CT15 5AJ Telephone(01304) 830190

      Overlooking the village green and duck pond, this 18th-century two-roomed pub is one of CAMRA's Real Heritage Pubs and has been in the same family for over 100 years. Its simple furniture and decor has remained largely unchanged for 50 years.

      It is a community pub for conversation, good fellowship and a place for local societies to meet. Three charities are supported by the pub:Prostate Cancer and the local Lions Club. Their third charity is Toilet Twinning: The Gent's toilet is being twinned with a toilet in Bechani, Malawi and the Ladies toilet with a toilet in Makawanpur, Nepal.

      At least two real ales are available. One is always from a Kent brewery. The second provides the element of surprise, being from a brewery from anywhere in the UK.

      At least three ciders, from Kentish Pip, are available.

      A summer beer festival is held at the end of June to coincide with the Church Fete.

      Entertainment varies from darts, dominoes and skittles to auctions/competitions of local produce, community-themed food nights and a maggot race. Dog-friendly.

      The pub may open in the afternoon for small groups.Historic England Entry:
      Kent’s Public House Archive: Carpenters Arms, ColdredPhotos courtesy of the Carpenter's Arm's Coldred.

  • Deal
    • Bar, The 152 High Street Deal CT14 6BG Telephone(01304) 363306

      The floor-to-ceiling windows give this atmospheric pub a bright, light feeling and the exposed wood and brickwork add to the congenial environment.

      At the bar a good range of real and KeyKeg ales are available, many from Kent breweries, along with imported beers from Belgium and Germany . One cider is also served, typically from a Kent cider maker.

      Rooms downstairs provide a more intimate surrounding for a drink with a few friends or a game, from the games cabinet.

      There is ample parking in the Market Place car park opposite the pub.Kent’s Public House Archive: The Bar, Deal

    • Bohemian 47 Beach Street Deal CT14 6HY Telephone(01304) 361939

      Modern seafront pub with fine views of Deal pier and the sea. Notice, the Antwerp pub sign which reflects the original name of the pub.

      Apart from the five hand pulled real ales and real ciders there is a large selection of Belgian bottled beers and other international ales.

      Good, restaurant-standard meals are available lunchtime and early to mid evening.

      Outside seating is available at the front and in the heated courtyard at the rear of the pub – a real sun trap in summer. Upstairs there is a function room.Kent’s Public House Archive: Bohemian, DealPhoto courtesy of Bohemian, Deal

    • Deal Hoy 16 Duke Street Deal CT14 6DU Telephone(01304) 363972

      This cosy Shepherd Neame pub is situated a few minutes walk from Deal town centre.

      The interior of the pub reflects its Georgian and nautical past. There is lots of space to relax around the pub's U-shaped bar or in the pub's comfortable armchairs. In winter the wood burning stove provides a warm welcome.

      At the back the patio garden makes pleasant outdoor seating in summer.

      Food includes authentic "Italian-style" pizza, cooked on a wood-fired oven, and seafood.

      There's plenty of on-street parking and it's a short walk to the Union Street Car Park.Kent’s Public House Archive: Deal Hoy, Deal

    • Just Reproach 14 King Street Deal CT14 6HX

      Branch Pub of the Year 2021 This friendly, family-run micro-pub is located in Deal's town centre. It has a welcoming, convivial atmosphere which encourages conversation between customers.

      With its high benches and table service, the pub takes everything back to the absolute fundamentals: no keg, no fruit machines, no music. Fines are levied for using a mobile phone to make and receive calls and risk severe opprobrium (derision) from other customers!!

      Ale and cider is gravity dispensed from a temperature-controlled cool room. Four real ales are on offer, five on a Friday, with at least one from a Kent brewery. At least one of the ciders is from a Kent cider maker. There's also a wide, ever-changing selection of national and international Craft beers, in cans and bottles.

      Also available are wines from the local Barnsole vineyard & Australia, Prosecco, a range of gins (including one from Kent) and quality soft drinks.

      Snacks include locally made pork pies, scotch eggs and local cheese with home-made pickled onions to die for. The pub is also a handy place for a pint while waiting for your Indian take-away from across the street.

      The pub is kept very busy with a variety of events, including Cheese Sunday, quiz nights, vegetable growing competitions, cycling and golf. Many of these are charity events with over £20,000 being raised, which includes £14,000 for the Pilgrims Hospice.

      Dogs and children welcome. The pub is adjacent to public car parking.

      Instagram tag: thejustreproach

      Note: Hours vary according to the season so please check their FaceBook page for any updates.Kent’s Public House Archive: Just Reproach, Deal

    • Le Pinardier 102 High Street Deal CT14 6EE Telephone07572 421966

      The name in French means "Wine Merchant".

      Which sort of makes sense given that it is a quirky wine shop & bar on Deal's High Street.

      Real Ale in a Bottle from Wantsum is available alongside bottled ciders from Pippin's. Light snacks, such as French cheese and pate, is available to accompany your drink. Their wine club holds wine tasting session twice a month.Kent’s Public House Archive: Le Pinardier, Deal

    • Queen Street Tap 42 Queen Street Deal CT14 6EY Telephone(01304) 803644

      Modern bar/eatery in the middle of Deal.

    • Rose Hotel 91 High Street Deal CT14 6ED Telephone(01304) 389127

      Boutique hotel, bar & restaurant situated in Deal's pedestrian precinct.

    • Sir Norman Wisdom 18-20 Queen Street Deal CT14 6ET Telephone(01304) 382930

      Modern-style Wetherspoon's located in the heart of Deal. Throughout the pub the theme is about the history and characters of the area while the long bar features holographic images of Sir Norman Wisdom. A patio provides a seating and smoking area. Opened in March 2013, the pub is well-equipped with 12 handpumps in 2 banks of 6.Kent’s Public House Archive: Sir Norman Wisdom, Deal

    • Taphouse Beer Cafe 5 South Street Deal CT14 7AW Telephone(01304) 448196

      Deal's newest bar offers an American-style tap bar drinking experience.

      The decor is quirky with subtle lighting and there is plenty of seating from comfortable window seats to tall bar stools and tables. The background music has an interesting and eclectic feel to it.

      Behind the bar the 14 taps and 3 stillages dispense a great range of cask ales, KeyKeg ales and 2 real ciders offer the discerning drinker lots of choice.

      The intriguing menu ranges from breakfast, sandwiches, cakes and light snacks.

      Being situated on South Street, the bar makes a great place to relax while waiting for your bus.Kent’s Public House Archive: Taphouse Beer Cafe, Deal

  • Dover
    • Blakes of Dover 52 Castle Street Dover CT16 1PJ Telephone(01304) 202194

      A short walk from the town centre and bus station, this pleasant cellar bar can be easily missed.

      The stone-flagged room is a quiet haven from the bustle of the town where a good selection of real ales from handpumps and stillage is on offer. This is complemented by ciders from local cidermakers such as East Stour and Broomfield, and a good range of whiskies.

      A small courtyard garden provides a pleasant place to relax in summer.

      Lunches are available, including excellent sandwiches.Kent’s Public House Archive: Blakes of Dover, Dover

    • Breakwater Brewery Taproom St Martin's Yard, Lorne Road Dover CT16 2AA Telephone07866 198075

      Opened in December 2016, the brewery is located on the site of the Harding's Wellington Brewery which closed in 1890. The brewery tap room can be found in a single storey building, where the brewing takes place, and some brewery vessels are visible from the bar area.

      The bar is modern, well lit and furnished with chunky wooden furniture, with a bar counter that resembles a stone breakwater.

      From a temperature controlled cellar room the brewery's own cask ales and ciders are sold on gravity.

      Pizzas are available from their own pizzeria, which can be booked for private functions.

      Events include regular live music events, open mic nights and hog roasts in the summer months. Full details can be found on their FaceBook page.

      There's a happy hour from 12-2 when the local football team, Dover Athletic, is playing at home.

      Tours of the brewery are possible by prior arrangement.Kent’s Public House Archive: Breakwater Brewery Taproom, DoverPhotos courtesy of Breakwater Brewery Tap, Dover

    • Eight Bells 19 Cannon Street Dover CT16 1BZ Telephone(01304) 205030

      This popular and bustling Wetherspoon pub is situated in the town's shopping precinct. It was once a cinema and its name is linked to the bells in St Mary's Church opposite.

      Inside, there is a large open-plan room with a long bar and a raised restaurant area. At the front of the pub an enclosed seating area looks out on to the precinct.

      Twelve handpumps dispense a range of regular and guest ales, with at least two ales from a Kent microbrewery and a real cider from Gwynt Y Ddraig. There are real ale offers on Monday.

      Two beer festivals are held each year - Spring and Winter.

      The pub is close to public transport services and there is a public car park just a minute's walk away.

    • Hoptimist Taproom & Bar 3 Bench Street Dover CT16 1JH Telephone07515 367802

      Newly reopened in December 2019, following major refurbishment, this taproom and bar is located near Dover's Market Square and St. James Retail Park.

      Traditional cask ale, real cider and modern craft beer is available alongside premium keg beers and an ever-changing gin menu. The cask ale and real cider is served on gravity, dispensed from the rear, chilled cellar room. The aim of the landlord is to have a selection of beer styles on at all times. Almost all ales are from Kent breweries with the occasional guests from further afield.

      Food offering is simple, consisting of ploughmans and a cheeseboard.

      There’s a selection of board games. Live music events are held once or twice a month and there’s the occasional food event.

      Opens at midday on Saturdays when Dover Athletic FC is playing at home.Kent’s Public House Archive: Hoptimist Taproom & Bar, DoverPhotos courtesy of Hoptimist Taproom & Bar, Dover.

    • Louis Armstrong 58 Maison Dieu Road Dover CT16 1RA Telephone(01304) 204759

      This down-to-earth pub and renowned local music venue has featured live music for over 50 years.

      The large L-shaped bar and stage are surrounded by music posters, a large mirror and long bench seating.

      Up to four real ales are on offer, principally from Kent microbreweries. Real cider, from Kent cider makers, is available from time to time.

      On Wednesday, good-value food is served in the evening. Charity quizzes are held periodically.

      To the rear there is a pleasant beer garden.

      The pub is easily accessible by bus and car parking is available nearby.

      The pub can open earlier by prior arrangement.

    • Thirsty Scarecrow 107 High Street Dover CT16 1EB Telephone07454 934833

      This cider micropub opened at the end of November 2015, in what was previously the Corner Cafe. The licensee's partner runs an appointment-only hair salon in a rear room.

      It is rustically and brightly furnished on two levels, which are linked by a small set of stairs.

      The chilled cellar room is on the upper level from which 20-25 ciders and perries and two KeyKeg (CAMRA-approved) real ales are served. There is also a small selection of bottled beers.

      The ciders/perries major on Kentish cidermakers but many still come from far and wide.

      Card and electronic payment methods are accepted.

      Recent CAMRA Awards
      Branch Cider Pub of the Year 2017

    • White Horse St. James Street Dover CT16 1QF Telephone(01304) 213066

      Sitting in the shadow of Dover Castle and beside the ruins of a Norman Church, you will find the historic White Horse Inn. This Grade 2 listed building dates back to 1365 and was originally the home to the Verger to St James Church. In 1574, it is said to have taken its first recorded steps as an "Ale tasting house" before being known as "The White Horse Inn" from 1818.

      Historic records show that the cellar was used as a morgue and inquests on bodies recovered from the sea are said to have been heard here in the rear dining rooms.

      The Horse - as it is known locally - went on to survive both wars unscathed whilst its neighbour, St James Church, was struck during both.

      These days, the pub is a hive of activity with an eclectic mix of tourists & locals alike enjoying traditional, home cooked food and sampling premium drinks in cosy, traditional surroundings. On Wednesday the pub offers a take-away service.

      During the year the pub holds a number of fund-raisinig events for local charities.

      In 2002, the pub was adopted by Channel swimmers and the walls are adorned with the signatures of those swimmers.

      Up to three real ales are served from national breweries and real cider is available all year round.

      The hidden terrace garden at the rear is a real treat during the summer months.

      There's plenty of on street and pay and display parking nearby.Historic England Entry: 1299029
      Kent’s Public House Archive: White Horse, Dover

  • Great Mongeham
    • Leather Bottle 103 Mongeham Road Great Mongeham CT14 9PE

      This street-corner free house on the outskirts of Deal has a large bar room with a relaxed, smart, modern feel.

      A locals' pub with no frills, but top ales and good company.

      Large screen sports TVs and quality ale do not always agree, but they do here. There are darts and pool teams, and occasional live music, karaoke and quiz nights. Euchre night is Friday.

      Outside, there is a large garden and a small covered patio for smokers.Kent’s Public House Archive: Leather Bottle, Great Mongeham

  • Kingsdown
    • King's Head Upper Street Kingsdown CT14 8BJ Telephone(01304) 373915

      A traditional 18th-century village pub a short walk uphill from the sea.

      There are three beamed rooms surrounding a central bar. Local historical photos adorn the walls and the frosted glass front door advertises the long-closed local brewery, Thompsons of Walmer. In the winter months there's a welcoming log fire in the public bar.

      The back bar opens onto a spacious dining/family room, from which there is access to a quiet rear courtyard which has a skittle alley and covered, heated smoking area.

      Three real ales, four ales during busier times, are served. with ales from Goachers and Ramsgate making regularly appearances. Cider from Kentish Pip is served during the summer.

      A good range of home-made food, including vegetarian and gluten-free, is served in the evenings and at lunch time on Saturday and Sunday with a roast on Sunday.

      Events include a regular quiz nights, a guitar club and other fund-raising events.

      The pub can be booked for free for private functions

  • Martin
    • Lantern The Street Martin CT15 5JL Telephone(01304) 852276

      Under new ownership, the pub has being renovated to a high standard restoring many of the original features, including a traditional copper bar, copper lighting, a flint wall and restoring the damaged 17th century brick floor and returning the fireplaces to full working order.

      An ever-changing range of craft beers, real ales and ciders are served, as well as a broad range of globally sourced fine spirits and wines.

      The menu focuses on traditional British pub dishes with European touches from their British chefs and Asian flavours from their Japanese chefs. Saturday Night is a Japanese Night and once a month a Sushi Evening is held on a Monday.Kent’s Public House Archive: Lantern, MartinPhotos courtesy of The Lantern, Martin.

  • Sandwich
    • Crispin Inn 4 High Street Sandwich CT13 9EA Telephone(01304) 621967

      This 15th-century public house can be found by the medieval Barbican and old toll bridge.

      Its low ceilings, wooden beams and brick walls create an old world feel, providing a congenial ambience for locals and tourists alike. Relax by the windows and watch the world go by, or sit in the back courtyard overlooking the river - not to be missed on a summer’s day. There's also a cosy, carpeted, snug, if you want to get away from the crowds.

      Three or four real ales feature, one from the Kent brewery Mad Cat. Real cider is from Westons and Thatchers.

      There is a good range of home-made food which usually features Caribbean specialities, for example goat curry. Bar snacks include home-made sausage rolls.

      Regular live music events are held.

      The pub is a short walk from local transport and public car parking.Historic England Entry: 1343736
      Kent’s Public House Archive: Crispin Inn, SandwichPhotos courtesy of Crispin Inn, Sandwich.

    • Mermaid's Locker 8 Cattle Market Sandwich CT13 9AF Telephone(01304) 611987

      Built in the 13th century, this ale house/restaurant retains many of its original features. Inside and out, the quirky furniture and collectable items, a product of the present incumbents imagination!, provide a welcoming environment for a drink or a meal. Open fires and traditional wood furniture complete the picture.

      You can enjoy your drink at the back in the pub's sun-trap courtyard garden or seated at the front watching the town's life goes by.

      Two ales are served by handpull. Kent ales feature with the occasional guest ale from outside Kent.

      Occasional events are held including acoustic music, supper clubs and jazz & cocktail evenings.Historic England Entry: 1329930
      Kent’s Public House Archive: Mermaid's Locker, Sandwich

    • Smugglers Beer & Music Cafe 10 Delf Street Sandwich CT13 9BZ Telephone07545 893749

      Opened in May 2019. this beer & music cafe provides a relaxed environment for a drink and a chat. Inside, the wooden floors, white walls and wood chairs & tables give the cafe a modern-feel.

      At the bar you can select from a wide range of cask and KeyKeg ales (mostly from Time & Tide), real ciders and wines.

      The eclectic mixture of music is provided by Smugglers Records - many of the artists are from their own label.

      There will be regular live music events, details of which can be found on their FaceBook page.

      There's plenty of public car parking nearby.Kent’s Public House Archive: Smugglers Beer & Music Cafe, SandwichPhotos courtesy of Smugglers Beer & Music Cafe.

  • St. Margarets-at-Cliffe
    • White Cliffs Hotel High Street St. Margarets-at-Cliffe CT15 6AT Telephone(01304) 852229

      Originally dating from the 17th C. this large and imposing Kentish clapboard building is nestled in the heart of the village of St. Margarets-at-Cliffe. Noel Coward and Ian Fleming have been past patrons of the hotel, within which the bar and restaurant form the Cliffe Village Pub.

      The smart modern decor and polished wooden flooring gives a distinct boutique and comfortable feel to The Cliffe, creating a pleasant ambiance to have a drink or a meal.

      The bar serves a variety of gravity-fed ales (served from the small cool room), key keg ales and real ciders.

      Everything you eat and drink is likely to have been sourced locally. From the Kentish ales and ciders, to locally caught fish and shell fish, meat from local farms and coffee, which is roasted in Canterbury.

      At the back there is a pleasant walled garden with plenty of seating for the summer months.

      As well as the regular lunch and dinner menus, breakfast is served in the morning and Kentish cream teas during the afternoon. From Easter to September pop-up pizzas are served on Sunday from the wood-fired oven in the garden.

      There are occasional live music events.

  • Waldershare
    • Cider Works Sandwich Road Waldershare CT15 5AU Telephone(01304) 446540

      Reopened 4th July 2021

      This historic public house and restaurant has reopened after two years of rebuilding and renovation.

      Behind the bar, you will find a range of beers, ciders, spirits, and wines from across Kent.

      You can dine in the Garden Room, or the Apple Barn, from an ever changing menu made from Kentish produce. Guest chefs will be invited to take over the kitchen for an evening, presenting speciality dishes.

      The premises also has a wedding licence.Kent's Public House Archive: Cider Works, Waldershare

  • Walmer
    • Berry 23 Canada Road Walmer CT14 7EQ Telephone(01304) 362411

      CAMRA Golden Award Winner - Pub Category
      Branch Pub of the Year 2020
      Branch Cider Pub of the Year 2020

      This multi-CAMRA award winning traditional community alehouse is one of the top real ale pubs in the Dover district. The welcome, service and quality of the real ales and real ciders reflects the landlord's enthusiasm for his trade and it is true to say that every day at the Berry is a beer festival.

      Recently refurbished, the main bar has a light and airy feel to it and at the back there is a pleasant patio and smoking area.

      Both real ale lovers and real cider lovers are catered for. Eight cask ales are available during the week then, on Thirsty Thursday, eleven ales are served. There are seven KeyKeg ales, many from Time & Tide, and up to ten ciders/perries. Take note of the "Wall of Fame" which features those ales that have had a cask drunk in less than 24 hours.

      Three real ale festivals are held: A Winter Ales Festival in February; A Summer Cask and Craft Festival and a green hop festival in October.

      Entertainment includes darts, pool, a monthly quiz and open mic night, occasional live music and the occasional pop-up food event. There is also Happy Half Hour from 5:30pm-6:00pm Mon-Fri.

      There's a free 24 hour car park opposite the pub.Recent CAMRA Awards
      Branch Pub of the Year 2019
      Branch Cider Pub of the Year 2019
      East Kent Cider Pub of the Year 2019
      Branch Cider Pub of the Year 2018
      East Kent Cider Pub of the Year 2018
      Kent Cider Pub of the Year 2016.Kent’s Public House Archive: Berry, Walmer

    • Freed Man 329 Dover Road Walmer CT14 7NX Telephone(01304) 364457

      Don't let the unremarkable exterior of this pub put you off, it offers everything for the discerning drinker in a micropub atmosphere with a twist.

      Inside the decor is cosy and warm, with loads of nautical memorabilia covering the reclaimed wood walls. There's plenty of seating from a long sofa to high tables & stools. Even the bar has a low section of bar for wheelchairs users!

      Behind the bar up to four real ales, predominantly from local breweries, are served from the Victorian beer engine. Alongside these, and this is why it's a micropub with a twist, are real ciders (occasionally from Kent cidermakers), a great selection of wines, selected spirits and authentic draught and bottled European lagers.

      Food can be brought in from the local fish & chip shop or pizzeria, for which the staff will gladly provide plates and cutlery.

      Regular events are held including a Ladies' night on Thursday, a monthly quiz night and cheese platters on Sunday.Kent’s Public House Archive: Freed Man, WalmerPhoto(s) courtesy of the Freed Man, Walmer.

    • Lighthouse 50 The Strand Walmer CT14 7DX Telephone(01304) 366031

      Formerly the Lord Nelson, this family-run pub has a great position overlooking Walmer Green.

      Walk in through the unusual revolving doors and you find yourself in a large room furnished with simple wooden chairs and tables. There's an imposing metal-topped bar on the left, facing the musician's stage opposite.

      Outside, the front patio is a great place for a drink in summer while watching life go by.

      Real ales from Kent breweries, such as Wantsum, are dispensed from the auto tilt stillage in the bar and even the keg lagers and beers come from local breweries. Real cider is from Kentish Pip.

      Primarily a music venue, the pub strives to bring an eclectic mix of music representing the best of local talent and beyond. Once a month the pub hosts a ticket-only event featuring more established bands.

      There's plenty of free on-street parking.

      Dogs are welcome - the revolving doors can be adjusted to admit the larger or more nervous pooch!

  • Wingham
    • Anchor Inn High Street Wingham CT3 1BJ Telephone(01227) 720392

      This family-run, traditional English pub is located in the heart of Wingham. The rambling, multi-roomed interior with dark beams and wooden floors together with its separate public bar make for a comfortable, welcoming environment for all, in which to have a drink or a meal.

      The licensee’s passion to preserve the vibe and history of the traditional English pub is abundantly evident. The pub was won a number of high-profile industry awards which is testimony to the work and effort that has been put into this successful pub.

      There's a good selection of real ales, with usually at least one ale from a Kent brewery. The real cider is Stan’s Big Apple cider from Thatcher's.

      The Anchor is renowned for its acoustic/eclectic music events, which includes live music on Sundays, ad hoc shows from international touring artists and an annual music festival. A fun quiz is held every other Thursday.

      The function room/Arts Centre is available for hire and is a community resource for use by local people. It hosts a number of clubs and social/charity events including Tai Chi, open mic nights, Pigeon Shows and 2 Ukulele Clubs.

      To the side and rear there's a very large garden where the Bat & Trap and Petanque pitches are located together with an outside stage.

      Although the pub is not fully-disabled friendly, ramps provide access to the pub and garden and the toilet is accessible

      There is limited parking in the front of the pub, a free public car park across the road and ample on-street parking. The Anchor is also adjacent to a bus stop with a regular service to Canterbury and Sandwich.

      Recent Awards:
      Great British Pub Awards: Best Live Entertainment Pub finalists.
      KALC Community Awards 2021.
      KM Group: Top 5 Pub Gardens in Kent 2021.
      Kent Life: 10 Best Pub Sunday lunches 2020.
      Trip Advisor: Travelers Choice 2020.
      Canterbury College: Outstanding Employer Award 2020.
      CAMRA Branch Summer Pub of the Season Winner 2018.Historic England Entry: 1070128
      Kent’s Public House Archive: Anchor Inn, Wingham


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