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Brilliant Sunday lunch, nice staff and good set menu options. We really enjoyed the food, had roast beef and pork which were generous and well cooked. Location is quiet and is worth a trip into the countryside.
Your input will affect cover photo selection, along with input from other users. The nearest village is Lower Hardres. The population of the settlement is included in the civil parish of Bishopsbourne.
Lovely secluded and quiet pub, not the greatest selection of beers but an excellent wine list. The staff are excellent. A really imaginative menu - such as amazing hay smoked beetroot and goats cheese - as well as staples like moules frites. Can't think why
ON the map, East Kent resembles a hand pointing urgently toward the Continent, which is appropriate for a part of England most of us only see as a green blur outside our windscreen or train window as we hurry to and from ferry and Tunnel terminals. Sheila, the founder member and now the co-ordinator for the East Kent cycle action group Spokes, was persuasive: "Unspoiled villages, hopfields, oasthouses, orchards, beer and bikes - and no motor traffic. How can you resist?
Wonderful Location, Attentive Staff, Lovely menu, charming interior. Worth the journey to find this wonderful little pub. We'll be back!
My partner and I were frequent visitors of this country pub under a previous owner as the food was Nice quiet country pub with restaurant Had prawn cocktail to start the sauce was a bit tangy and My partner and I were frequent visitors of this country pub under a previous owner as the food was always guaranteed to be good and it was dog friendly.
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Above with thanks from Brian Curtis www. Built in and previously called the " Woodman's Arms " this premises first sold beer in and changed name to the "Duck Inn. Ian Fleming used to be a local to the pub and had a favourite seat in the garden, where he used to sit and it is said found inspiration to write some of his James Bond adventures.