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50 brill outside dining spots

Stretch out the late summer days with a simple lunch in a beautiful spot. We've share the pubs, restaurants, cafes and gardens in Kent where the food is yum and the views are wow!

With summer coming to a close it won’t be long before we’re cuddled up in front of a roaring pub fire, but until then, we’re determined to make the most of the balmy temperatures (yup, we’ve got our rose-tinted glasses firmly on). 

Whether you want your green space overlooking a winery, a mural, a river, a meadow or the sea, we’ve scoured Kent for the best in show. Here’s our guide to the best places in Kent with fabulous scenery, wholesome food and views you can drink in…



The Lantern Inn, Dover

A hidden gem nestled between Deal and Dover, The Lantern Inn is a 17th century cosy pub with timber beams, room to stay and delicious food. There is of course the classic Sunday roast, with locally sourced meat (cider braised pork belly is a favourite), crunchy roast potatoes, yorkshire puds and seasonal veg. Delicious gastro-pub food, tick. Roaring fires, tick. Fabulous interiors, tick.

The Rose Inn, Wickhambreaux

Say hello to The Rose Inn, expect quintessential English vibes set in a picture-perfect location deep in the Kentish countryside with stunning British food, sourced from local farms and producers, with an exceptionally talented chef at the helm. Standing proud in the heart of Wickhambreaux village, this timeless 16th Century beauty is cosy and welcoming on the inside, with plenty of space to drink, dine and dance on the outside.

The Eight Bells, Hawkhurst

This gorgeous country pub is within easy reach of the Kent and Sussex borders and is perfect for a hearty post-walk lunch or dinner with a beautiful large garden with heated/covered pagodas. The garden overlooks the Church and Village Pond making it rather special. There’s a pétanque pitch for the grown ups and a giant sandpit to keep the little ones entertained. They serve food all day and with live music on Saturdays, it’s the perfect place for long summer afternoons!

The Duck Inn, Pett Bottom

The foodie fanatics in Kent will no doubt already be familiar with this pub and restaurant set in the beautiful Kent countryside, as the kitchen has steadily gained a strong reputation for dining excellence. Plus there’s a James Bond connection – what more could you want?

This is a great traditional, out of the way country gastropub, serving modern and traditional British food in a relaxed environment. Doggie-friendly and muddy boots welcome, (oh, we like!) with a Summer Garden Braai (South African BBQ) in warmer weather and Sunday Roasts to get us through the winter and beyond – there’s something here for all palettes.

The Bull Hotel, Wrotham

Stunning al fresco dining? Check! The Bull Hotel is a family run, historic Kentish Inn (having been first licensed by Henry VIII) and is set in the pretty village of Wrotham, close by to Sevenoaks. We love the recently renovated courtyard with the gorgeous covered and heated Glasshouse with with retractable arched roof, sliding doors, sleek glass and cool metallics. Perfect for enjoying a meal or drinks with friends outside come rain or shine! The courtyard can be hired for private functions and weddings, so always wise to book ahead if you’d like to eat outside.

Barbecue fans will be excited to hear about the new Smokehouse at The Bull, courtesy of a specialist Ole Hickory Pits wood-burning smoker (the only one in the whole of Kent!). This cooks the meat low and slow for hours using a secret combination of carefully selected woods, deepening the flavour, leaving it moist and butter soft.

The Red Lion, Hernhill

A charming, characterful pub, near Faversham and Whitstable, sitting over-looking the pretty village green – where you cans the original stocks used in the Middle Ages – adding to the history and character. They’ve got a strong foodie offering, that includes all your classic favourites and a gorgeous garden complete with children’s play area for long, lazy summer days. The green at the front has been known to host jazz nights too!

The Phoenix Tavern, Faversham

If you are looking for serious food in a relaxed, happy setting, look no further than the The Phoenix Tavern in the historic market town of Faversham. Head Chef Scott Pendry (credentials include: Gordon Ramsay and Fordwich Arms, impressive right?) and his team have created a delicious menu of regularly changing, freshly cooked local food. All in a beautifully restored building with beams and character galore with a lovely walled garden with undercover and heated tables plus it’s dog friendly!

The Ferry House, Isle of Sheppey

The Ferry House is a beautiful 16th century venue on the Isle of Sheppey that boasts edge of the world surroundings – a wild and wonderful setting, full of swaying grasslands, waterways and water birds flying low across the marshes. Whether you are staying or simply visiting to enjoy a meal, you’ll love the AA Rosette restaurant, a two-time Taste of Kent award winner. The Ferry House firmly believe that local is best – as evidenced through their use of bountiful produce form their large kitchen garden, beef and game from their family farm and local estate, plus award-winning spirits distilled from their own grains. Just don’t forget your walking boots!

The White Horse, Boughton-under-Blean

Nestled in the tranquil village of Boughton-under-Blean this gorgeous hotel, restaurant and bar is the perfect spot for delicious meal or a weekend retreat. It is the perfect location to visit the historic city of Canterbury or trendy coastal Whitstable. We love the restaurant with its natural light, beams and inglenook fireplace and there’s also a peaceful terrace for summer dining or a pre-dinner cocktail in the sun.

The Dove, Dargate

The Dove in Dargate ticks all our boxes, only 15 mins away from Whitstable and Canterbury and has a fast-growing reputation for seriously good food. Plus children are well catered for – phew. There’s a lovely garden with plenty of outdoor seating which is a great venue for live music.

The Chequers, Lamberhurst

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This characterful 15th century inn has new owners and has benefitted from a full facelift. The Chequers has a stylish, but low-key vibe and it’s now one of our firm family favourites. There’s even a large and pretty outside garden, making it a perfect sunshine dining destination. Found in the middle of Lamberhurst, this conveniently located picturesque is within easy reach of top day trip destinations, like Scotney Castle, Bewl Water and Bedgebury for starters.

The Leicester Arms, Penshurst

The Leicester Arms Hotel has been at the heart of Penshurst village for several centuries, once forming part of the Penshurst Estate. It is loved by locals, ramblers, cyclists, local businesses and over-nighters alike. The restaurant itself is kid-friendly, with a great menu. Secondly there’s the beer garden outside lends itself well to stretching restless legs. Thirdly, the location is day-tripper heaven. You’ve got Penshurst Place a couple of hundred metres walk up the road or Hever Castle 5 mins by car and the best is at the end of the Tudor Cycle Trail.

The Milk House, Sissinghurst

Hello winner of Best Destination Pub in Kent 2022! As voted by you in our Muddy Awards, this village pub in Sissinghurst is a real gem. If you’re just stopping by for some casual drinks or food, their far garden with the children’s play area is the perfect spot for some informal fun or going with friends? Make your way to the Hopper Hut Bar or on their Terrace for dining alfresco under the cover of a marquee. Enjoy their Garden Menu and their wood fired pizza.

The Dog, Wingham

Did you go to Pub In The Park in Tunbridge Wells? Well you might recognise these guys! The Dog at Wingham a friendly, stylish, foodie pub, superbly located on the road that links Canterbury and Sandwich. With 8 beautifully designed bedrooms, a Dog Walking Club, great food and cute sun terrace for al fresco eating this one is well worth a visit.

The Three Chimneys, Biddenden

Nestled in the most scenic surrounds, near Biddenden, The Three Chimneys is an exceptional pub. The food is fabulous, there’s loads of pockets of outside space – from sunspot terraces in which to sink an afternoon rosé to the spacious back garden where kids can roam freely (although it’s a more grown up space – personally I’d prefer to enjoy this one Mini Muddy-free).

The George & Dragon, Chipstead

This local village pub, offers a warm welcome, friendly service and excellent food. The George & Dragon in Chipstead has a menu that changes daily, so you can be assured that everything is fresh, seasonal and they use local produce where possible. They’ve just opened a brand new play area so there’s something to keep the whole family happy – we hear there’s a Beach Hut and BBQ too! Relax in their garden, pop in for coffee, a quick drink after work or enjoy a tender piece of venison and a glass of Claret.

The Red Lion, Stodmarsh

The Red Lion in Stodmarsh has been a familiar staple in Kent for many many years with tip top food and stunning rooms to match. It really ticks all of the boxes for the quintessential English pub. It’s one of Muddy’s preferred spots during the summer as the extensive beer garden blends seamlessly into the English countryside so you can enjoy good food and good view simultaneously. Plus the kids are well catered for too – hurrah….!

The Kentish Hare, Bidborough

Getting rightful recognition to hold onto this sought after distinction of a Bib Gourmand restaurant from the Michelin Guide 2022 – every time we’ve visited this eatery it always makes the gourmet grade. It’s welcoming and stylishly designed (with the hare theme and quirky furnishings dotted around the place). There’s a beer garden with lots of pockets of space here, perfect for some lunch in the sunshine where you can watch the chefs cooking steaks on two Big Green Eggs.

The Bull Inn, Linton

Nestled in the village of Linton, a pleasant rural setting located south of Maidstone on the A229 Hastings Road. The Bull Inn is now open with their gorgeous gardens with *those* beautiful countryside views, serving a fine range of drinks and a superb menu.

The Zetland Arms, Deal

Boasting an awe-inspiring location on the beach in Kingsdown, Deal, the Zetland Arms makes the most of its stunning setting – pairing spectacular ocean views with sublime local seafood. Walk along the promenade between from Deal to Kingsdown and reward yourself with a bite to eat and tipple on this beachside pub. The Zetland has a reputation for good food and friendly service – dogs also welcome!

The Wheatsheaf Bough Beech, Edenbridge

Head over to The Wheatsheaf at Bough Beech an age-old watering hole (dates back to the 14th century – fact fans) offering modern British dishes. With the gorgeous combination of Georgian high ceilings and Tudor beams the dining space evokes a by-gone era plus a large garden area.



The Black Horse, Pluckley

This beautiful beamed country bar and restaurant is rich in history, located in the heart of the UK’s most haunted village – with an on-the-rise reputation for its restaurant offering too – what more reason to visit do you need? Head outside into the gorgeous garden that overlooks the village. What was once a quirky must-see for it’s ghostly goings-on, is now also a destination for diners – watch this space for foodie accolades.

The Rose, Deal

Stayed in Kent’s coolest new boutique hotel yet? Grab the other half and make a beeline for this seaside bolthole – with stunning interiors, tasty dishes and oodles of artistic charm – all in the heart of Deal… You’ll want to Pinterest every corner of this hotel, from the gorgeous terrace at the rear to their deliciously decorated bedrooms. Vibrant colour meets antique chic and home comforts. You’ll be challenged to find a more snug seaside stay.

The Small Holding, Kilndown

The Small Holding offers wonderful home-grown and reared produce, hence the name. We are not alone in our love of this amazing eatery (which won Best Restaurant in Kent in our Muddy Stilettos Awards in 2019). Food critics from all over the country have been drooling into their plates at The Small Holding, with chef owner Will Devlin recently recognised as Chef to Watch in the Good Food Guide 2020 and credited with ‘an instinctive feel for food’.

There’s a sunny decked area overlooking the smallholding at the front, so it’s perfect for weekend walkers and inside there’s a cosy bar, wooden floorboards and old farm equipment decorating the walls. Kids are welcome but the surroundings and menu are fairly grown up. Makes the perfect date-night option and definitely one for the foodies.

The Beacon, Rusthall

Tucked away down Tea Garden Lane in Tunbridge Wells, you’ll find The Beacon set within 17 acres of woodland with three lakes. With expansive sweeping views, dine out on the terrace and take in the fresh area at The Garden Bar. This is the perfect spot for coffee, breakfast, light lunch, dinner or drinks! This is definitely one of the most picturesque places you’ll find.

Water Lane, Hawkhurst

Discovered Water Lane in Hawkhurst? This secret garden is an idyllic rural gem – consisting of walled garden, vinery, Victorian glasshouses and a restaurant. The site of the old polytunnel in the garden has been transformed into a beautiful terrace with tented stretch awning, open kitchen, wood-fired oven and tables and chairs from British company Very Good & Proper’s new outdoor sustainable furniture range. Every table has open views out on to the glasshouses, long flower borders and vegetable and cut flower beds. When we said rustic charm, we meant it.

Buoy & Oyster, Margate

A seafood lovers paradise, there’s a lot to love about this family-run restaurant, overlooking the beach in Margate. Enjoy time with friends and family whilst eating great quality food, supporting local suppliers and soaking up the stunning sea views and sunsets. There’s definitely a summer holiday vibe about this one!

The Pumproom, Copper Rivet Distillery, Chatham

With river views and Kentish cocktails, The Pumproom is a great venue for romantic fine dining or tapas with friends. We love the al fresco terrace, for balmy summer dining and views of Upnor Castle and the River Medway, one of their more relaxed settings where tapas is served all day (we recommend the tempura cauliflower).

Cave, Canterbury

Looking for a date-night destination, girlie getaway or planning a wedding? If just a little bit of bling is your thing, then you’ll love the Cave Hotel nestled near Canterbury with its high-spec, luxe interiors, cocktails and fine dining. Enjoy the lounge from 7am to midnight, where you can enjoy tea, coffee and fresh pastries in the sunshine or in the evening take your drinks out onto their decking area and cosy up next to a firepit and watch the sunset over the stunning golf course. Make mine a French 75 please!

The Crescent Turner, Whitstable

If you’re a regular reader of Muddy, you’ll already know how much we rate The Crescent Turner sitting pretty in Whitstable. If you haven’t discovered yet, let us give you the lowdown…. It’s the perfect place to escape the crowds of Whitstable for one of the best sundowner spots in Kent and if the mood takes you, stay for dinner and the night since it boasts 18 bedrooms – many with sea views. The kitchen offers tapas and light bites or head to their restaurant Palm Pavillion for a foodie feast.

Bowley’s at The Plough, West Malling

You’ll want to know all about Bowley’s Restaurant at The Plough in Trottiscliffe (pronounced ‘Trosleigh’) within easy reach of the delights of West Malling. It’s a real foodie punch, expect Michelin-esque food with exquisite attention to detail, all wrap up in an incredibly laid-back feel to the pub. Whether you are after a relaxing coffee and cake with a girlfriend, or an amazing five course tasting menu with delicious wine, The Plough is well worth a visit.

Macknade, Faversham

Food lovers heaven! Check out award-winning restaurant and deli in Faversham, Macknade’s Food Village with a whole range of exciting dishes available to eat outside on the desk. From authentic Italian pizza to home-cooked Indian cuisine, you’ll be able to find something for everyone to enjoy (including four-legged family members)!

The Pig at Bridge Place, Canterbury

Dig into a delicious lunch menu at The Pig at Bridge Places‘ beautiful outdoor terrace. Expect a simple 25-mile menu of their greatest hits but not quite as you know it – spring harvest Kitchen Garden veggies and salads, meats from our local farmers and fresh fish from nearby ports rounded off with a classic pud – all designed to be enjoyed outside, accompanied by a bottle! Definitely will be something to remember.

Jetty, Broadstairs

What a view! Jetty Broadstairs offers stunning sea views over Broadstairs and Viking Bay with locally sourced fresh food and drink, in a relaxed and fun atmosphere, ideal for families too. Soak in the view over a glass of wine and their Nibbles Menu or go ahead to their Bistro Menu with yummy dishes like: Steak Frites, Teriyaki Belly of Pork, Mussels and Goan Prawn & Seafood Curry – we’re salivating!

Hive, Sevenoaks

In a courtyard in one of the town’s oldest areas and in the heart of Sevenoaks sits Hive, a popular new eatery offering an eclectic range of food, wines and cocktails sourced from local suppliers. Hive has a heated outdoor seating area sheltered by a 70 year old maple tree open for drinks with a fab wine list, cocktail and drinks menu.

The Quay, Faversham

The Quay is a new boutique hotel, bar and restaurant which is a real foodie favourite within the Faversham area. The perfect spot for lunch, dinner or drinks! You can make a beautiful day trip of it as there’s fantastic Kent countryside around you – as well as the coastal scene with beach side destinations such as Whitstable only a ten minute drive away!

The Old Fishmarket, Tunbridge Wells

Situated in the heart of The Pantiles in Royal Tunbridge Wells, Sankey’s Champagne and Seafood Bar is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the very best British fish and shellfish. Go for the standard oysters, starters and mains or be adventurous and build your own platters! So whether you’re stopping by for a light lunch, pre-evening nibble or full banquet, it’s the ideal venue.

Folkestone Harbour Arm, Folkestone

Folkestone’s restored Harbour Arm is a beautiful promenade out at sea which offers a whole load more than just a pretty awesome view. There’s live music and events throughout the year, plus a brilliant collection of small, independent businesses. It’s become a true destination for food and drink fans where along the arm you’ll find huts serving everything from street food, ribs gourmet hot-dogs, home-made burgers and Polenta encrusted fish to the freshest moules and lobster and much more! All with a choice of beers and soft drinks.

The Toll Bridge, Sandwich

Check out this family run Restaurant and Bar located on the riverside in the historic town of Sandwich. Originally built in the 1980’s at Fisherman’s Wharf, it’s since had a modern and contemporary refurb with a seated courtyard, swanky bar area and upper floor balcony offering views overlooking the River Stour. You can expect food from tender meaty ribs, perfectly grilled salmon to juicy chicken wings – veggie and vegan dishes too! Plus a great selection of irresistible refreshing cocktails, beers and lagers and a choice of carefully chosen local and worldwide wines.

Papa Bianco, Faversham

Discover hidden gem, Papa Bianco, offering delicious pizzas and al fresco dining at Standard Quay in Faversham. Enjoy a stroll along by the river after visiting the indie shops in the main heart of town, then pop to Papa Bianco for a relaxed dining experience overlooking the boats. Plus with live music every Wednesday and Friday this is a great place to kick back with friends. Look out for special events and guest DJ’s on the Papa Bianco what’s on page in advance.

Frasers of Egerton, Ashford

Frasers of Egerton is as an award-winning restaurant with rooms, located on a tranquil farm in the heart of the Kent Countryside (plus it’s a gorgeous boutique wedding and events venue). A foodie destination in its own right with a 2 AA-Rosette award-winning restaurant housed in a traditional oak framed barn with panoramic views of open countryside with a beautiful outdoor terrace to enjoy in the summer months. You won’t want to miss this!



Kingdom, Penshurst

Kingdom is a place to escape, explore and enjoy nature, based on a love of cycling, community and food, all set in a magical 13-acre woodland. The Clubhouse has an impressive striking wood and glass structure with a café, roof deck and plenty of outdoor space with gorgeous views of the rolling countryside below. Enjoy a yoga class, walk, bike ride or just pop by for the fantastic food! All sourced locally and cooked well, open everyday.

Deal Pier Kitchen, Deal

Calling all brunch lovers! This fab foodie destination at the end of Deal’s iconic pier is one of THE best spots to eat in town with fresh and organic food PLUS it’s dog-friendly. Deal Pier Kitchen has cultivated a reputation for great breakfast, brunch and lunch delicacies, showcasing local produce as well as a wide variety of Gluten Free, Vegan and Vegetarian dishes. The perfect destination to go with the kids and dog after a bracing walk along the beach.

Old Dairy Café, Goodnestone Park Gardens

This is not an ordinary tearoom, Old Dairy Café is located at the entrance of the beautiful Goodnestone Park Gardens with a lovely courtyard with plenty of outdoor tables. Their chef, Chris comes from The Corner House in Canterbury so you can expect some inventive and delicious dishes as well as the classic sandwiches to keep everyone happy.

The Waterfront Café, Bewl Water

Bewl is a big, beautiful reservoir sitting pretty in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the Weald and is the perfect place for family-fun, with playgrounds, cycling, fishing and boating – not forgetting the Aqua Park! After all that fun, The Waterfront Café has a large terrace overlooking the lake with plenty of space to sit and take in *that* view. Enjoy light meals, fresh cakes, scones and a choice of snacks, ice cream and drinks. 

Lime Wharf Café, Bodiam Boating Station, Northiam

This is a seriously gorgeous rustic restaurant, housed in a Scandinavian boathouse-inspired building at the Bodiam Boating Station, Northiam, just opposite the pretty river (although you can’t actually see the boats drifting by from the café). Perfect for a family day out, with boating and camping on offer. Or meet a friend for a post-dog walk coffee and cake.

There is a great menu (where possible all ingredients are sourced locally) offering breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea – we’d highly recommend the Breakfast Burrito, or for lunch think burgers, hot dogs and salads (with Gluten Free or Vegan options too). There’s some incredible ice cream flavours to try and the tasty cakes are handmade on site. Did we mention the cocktail bar?!

Tadpole Tearooms, Canterbury

Situated in a rural, working mixed farm in Canterbury, Tadpole Tearooms is the perfect pit-stop with beautful walking areas and cycling routes nearby. There’s a glorious outside area and plenty of variety as the menu changes weekly. Expect delicious home-made cakes, flapjacks and brownies (plus gluten-free options), wonderful coffees and a huge selection of tea and soft drinks. It’s a great place to catch-up with friends, with a kiddie area with books, crayons and, toys so you don’t have to entertain your children!



Balfour, Staplehurst

Family-run wine estate, Balfour Winery is set within 400 acres of Kent countryside. From expert-led winery tours and guided wine tastings; to stunning vineyard walks and nature trails within ancient oak woodland, it’s the perfect day out! Don’t forget to grab a table within their impressive, state-of-the-art winery and tasting room ‘The View’.

Gusbourne, Ashford

Did you know that the original Gusbourne Estate in Appledore, near Ashford, dates back to 1410? Explore the estate yourself or one of their expert-led guided tours or enjoy a day dining between the vines and have one of their picnics for two. Plus throughout the year there are opportunities to attend unique events with dinners prepared by some of the UK’s most talented chefs.

Biddenden Vineyards, Biddenden

Kent’s original vineyard, producing award-winning wines, ciders & juices. There’s plenty of space to sit and enjoy a tasting flight of their wines, ciders or juices. Plus they run Private Tours and Self-Guided Tours (May – Sept) so you can make a day of it! Then buy your favourites from The Vineyard Shop to take home.

Woolton Farm, Canterbury

Woolton Farm in Canterbury is a right rural hidden gem! Visit for its wonderful cider, award-winning wines and their gorgeous rustic restaurant, The Barn, which serves the very best local produce. Then stay in one of three holiday cottages or book a bell tent in The Barn Garden so you could even make a weekend of it! There’s a shop, vineyard and cider garden to stroll around and even tours and tastings to enjoy so no excuse not to visit.


23 comments on “50 brill outside dining spots”

  • Greer August 3, 2022

    How about Verdigris in Tonbridge? It’s directly on the river, and you can while away the hours watching the ducks and the boats whilst you eat.

    • aliagnew August 3, 2022

      Oh yes! Wonderful suggestion – thanks for the recommendation. Love a river side eat! Any other great suggestions out there please feel free to add to Comments here! x

  • Sue July 2, 2021

    The George at Trottiscliffe has a great outdoor area and serves delicious food

  • Alan Burgess June 21, 2021

    Dont miss out on this hidden gem. The Dove at Dargate. Friendly staff and great food at a reasonable price. Large garden with plenty of seating.
    A good selection of ales, beers, wines etc.

    Alan B

  • Teresa Gray June 15, 2021

    The George and Dragon in Sandwich. Great value for money .Food very tasty. Small but has a cute garden space at the back for warm days.

  • Tolani Soaga May 30, 2021

    Great article thank you!!

  • Wes May 18, 2021

    Highly recommend The Chequers, Lamberhurst – Newly renovated. Great food and extensive local drinks. lovely staff and a unique atmosphere. There’s also a lovely walk through to Scotney castle to work off their legendary duck scotch egg. Definitely one for the stiletto list!

    • aliagnew May 18, 2021

      Oh yes – great suggestion Wes! Keen to review The Chequers in Lamberhurst since its recent renovation… Thanks for commenting x

  • Mark Gilham April 16, 2021

    Try The Pheasant Plucker nr Sevenoaks. Off the scale quality food and space.

  • Samantha April 15, 2021

    Just tried Tipi’s at The Gardens in Yalding. Wonderful location and beautiful gardens to explore when you finish dining.

  • Helen Smith April 14, 2021

    The Chequers in Lamberhurst is superb, great garden and fantastic food.

    • aliagnew April 14, 2021

      Thanks Helen – great suggestion! I think I’ll just start working my way through this list one by one (to make up for lost time…) xxx

  • Jim Weedon July 30, 2020

    The Pig and Sty was ace. Thanks for the recommendation.

  • Liz Jaques July 14, 2020

    The Carpenter Arms on Three Elm Lane near Hadlow is well worth a visit too – nice garden at the front and back, plus bookable huts, with nice food.

  • Kate July 14, 2020

    The Ringlestone app s another good one especially with their new outside Asado grill

  • Suemac July 14, 2020

    Same place as the one listed in Tonbridge.

  • Leanne bracey August 22, 2018

    The fordwich arms in Canterbury is fabulous with a lovely garden on the river. And also The Ship in conyer near faversham, right on the creek is another good spot.

    • aliagnew August 22, 2018

      Oooh, Leanne, good suggestions! I know the Fordwich Arms but not so familiar with The Ship. Sounds like 2 more pubs for Muddy to visit…slaves to the job that we are 😉

  • Jenny August 16, 2018

    What about the Poacher and Partridge in Tudeley. Food is great and the beer garden is good too.

    • aliagnew August 17, 2018

      Ahhh, now that is interesting Jenny. That one is on my radar to go along and review – it’s in a very pretty area I know that much. Great to have a Muddy reader’s recommendation / endorsement! Thanks for sharing your foodie findings! xx

  • sonia August 12, 2018

    What about The Bull in Linton? It’s got a spectacular view!

    • aliagnew August 14, 2018

      Great suggestion Sonia! I haven’t eaten there. Is the food as delicious as that view? In which case I’d like to try it! xAli

  • C Maskery August 10, 2018

    The Fighting Cocks in Horton Kirby. Runner up at last years Great British pub awards as the best pub garden in the UK.


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