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The Red Lion Stodmarsh

Muddy says: Ticks all the boxes for a quintessential English pub - all year round - with tip top food and stunning rooms to match

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The Mark Cross Inn

Muddy says: Just 5 miles from Tunbridge Wells, this newly-refurbed pub offers good family food and alfresco dining with incredible views across the countryside.

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The Three Chimneys

Muddy says: Winner of The Good Pub Guide County Dining Pub 2019, The Three Chimneys not only offers top quality food and service, it's also located in one of the prettiest spots I know.

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The Dog at Wingham

Muddy says: A friendly, stylish, foodie pub perfectly for both walkers and family fun at Wingham Wildlife Park. Oh and it won Best Destination Pub in the Muddy Awards 2018.

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The Chaser Inn

Heading out for lunch with the family? Looking for a good walk that takes in a decent pub for well earned refuelling en route? For non-fussy, decent pub fare in a comfortable, friendly and home-grown environment you can't go wrong with The Chaser Inn.

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The Curious Eatery

Muddy says: The Curious Eatery is a fun, friendly, whimsical and quirky place to visit. Think rustic decor, a friendly atmosphere and fresh, vibrant food.

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Deal Pier Kitchen

Muddy says: Not to be missed - this fab new eaterie 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. Win/win!

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Galapagos at The Old Vine

Muddy says: One of the best meals Muddy has had in ages (and I eat out A LOT) we're super excited to tell you about this authentic Latin American dining in a pretty 16th century rural country pub. Great for families, sunny days and walking to Bewl Water...

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Draper’s Arms

Muddy says: Artisan bakery, coffee house, pub and dining room in the heart of medieval Canterbury, featuring a restored balcony from the drapers situated here for over 150 years.

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Chapter

Muddy says: Famous for its sourdough pizzas and impressive menu of cocktails, fine wines and beer, Chapter is the perfect place to gather with friends or dine with family.

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The Leicester Arms Hotel

A brilliantly located pub in the heart of Penshurst village, with a view of the entrance to Penshurst Place from the front and stunning fields from the beer garden at the back. Offering decent grub and boutique bedrooms - it's one for over-nighters and locals alike...

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Powder & Magazine

Muddy says: Powder & Magazine is a casual gastro dining restaurant for food and drink lovers and Rochester's new hidden gem.

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Bewl Water

Muddy says: Bewl is a big, beautiful reservoir offering a fantastic range of outdoor activities - from cycling to open air cinema, children's parties to cookery courses - there's fun stuff to do all year round. Oh and a decent restaurant too!

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One Warwick Park

Muddy says: The perfect nesting spot for a night out, a stone's throw from The Pantiles and more importantly the train station. You're next sleepover is sorted.

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The Salutation

Muddy says: The Salutation, is a stunning country-house sitting in the heart of Sandwich, a pretty town on the Kent coastline. The location, elegance and warmth of the place make it the perfect escape whatever the weather.

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The Small Holding

Muddy says: a rustic restaurant that packs a real foodie punch. Table for two, please, and make it snappy!

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The Pound, Canterbury

Muddy says: Winner of Kent's Best Bar in our Muddy Awards in 2018, we are very proud to present this Canterbury bar with a difference in a quirky historic setting.

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The King’s Head, Wye

Muddy says: This country pub with rooms offers exceptional food and a fresh modern vibe. Sitting in the pretty historical village of Wye, with lovely walking nearby in the North Downs, it makes a great weekend getaway...

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The Kentish Hare, Bidborough

Muddy says: Hop, skip and jump over to this award-winning Bidborough pub where the interiors are stylish but food is the real star.

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The Poet, Matfield

The perfect place for relaxed foodies, with a charismatic chef and located in the heart of a very pretty village - there’s loads of good walks on the doorstep.

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Fego, Sevenoaks

Muddy says: With its laid back vibe, top food, great cocktails and a cool working space - Fego in Sevenoaks has something for everyone.

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Who’d a Thought It, Grafty Green

This place will not be to everyone's taste... but if you like eccentricity, total escapism and bling then this quirky boutique stay could be for you!

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The Gallivant

Muddy Says: A little taste of California just over the border in East Sussex, this restaurant with rooms opposite Camber Sands is a gem for fine dining or a cheeky getaway.

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Hotel du Vin, Tunbridge Wells

Muddy says: There are plenty of Hotel du Vins in the UK but this venue in Tunbridge Wells is full of enough local character and charm that it feels like a stand-alone venue.

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81 Beach Street, Deal

Muddy says: Located on the Deal seafront, 81 Beach Street or ‘81’ is a neighbourhood restaurant that focuses on serving fine dishes without the fuss.

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The Granville, Canterbury

Muddy says: A modern, family-friendly gastro pub just 10 mins outside Canterbury in the pretty, rural village of Lower Hardres.

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The Milk House, Sissinghurst

Muddy says: This stylish eatery offers mouth-watering roasts and fab boutique summer festival. Stay in one of its beautiful bedrooms and explore Sissinghurst Castle.

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