Located in the heart of the Kent countryside, the 400-year-old Farriers Arms is a community-owned pub that’s been brought back to life by a determined group of villagers. Carefully restored and extended, and complete with oak beams and open fireplaces, this village inn serves modern British food and hand-crafted ales including Farriers 1606 bitter, which is made in the on-site CAMRA-listed microbrewery. The Anvil Restaurant offers classic and creative dishes, complemented by a varied wine list that includes the organic house malbec. Food is carefully prepared on the premises and menus change regularly to showcase locally sourced produce. The Village Forge is located in an historic outbuilding and is an excellent function space for private events. The adjacent riverside meadow is used for larger events including the pub’s Beer, Cider and Music Festival in July, and the November Fireworks Spectacular.