The Three Chimneys
Muddy says: A well-deserved winner of The Good Pub Guide County Dining Pub for 2018, The Three Chimneys not only offers top quality food and service, it’s also located in one of the prettiest spots I know. If you haven’t yet been (what have you been doing?!) it’s well worth a visit…
A well-deserved winner of The Good Pub Guide County Dining Pub for 2018, The Three Chimneys at Biddenden is a beautiful old building, surrounded by exceptional scenery and steeped in local history. Once you step through the front door, dark oak beams, aged hops and a roaring fire in the winter greet you, creating an atmosphere of warmth and relaxation. This pub pretty much typifies everything you would expect from a traditional Kentish pub and much more.
The aim is to offer the best informal dining experience in a truly unique location. The kitchen uses local produce where possible and the food has an outstanding reputation. With five different dining areas, there is a place for everyone to eat, from the distant traveler to the country rambler. There’s a great garden space which is overlooked from the terrace, a main main restaurant or lots of hidden nooks and crannies in the characterful pub.
There’s also several recently finished rooms in a separate building across the pub gardens – giving added peace and privacy – with views directly onto open countryside and sliding doors. With loads of character and charm each room is furnished to a high standard and radiates a traditional and unique character with a modern twist.