The Pepperbox Inn
The Pepperbox Inn is a traditional family-run pub with a long history of serving excellent food and drink in a lovely setting. Many of the original features remain, including the large inglenook fire and exposed beams, though the pub has been extended to increase the size of the kitchen and extend the dining room. The pub works closely with Kent’s own Shepherd Neame, Britain’s oldest brewer, to provide patrons with a great selection of ale and lager. While you’re at The Pepperbox Inn, why not indulge in a hearty home-cooked meal? Popular options include the steak and kidney suet pudding paired with sautéed potatoes, and slow-cooked pork belly served with mash, tenderstem broccoli and apple sauce. For something a little more informal, dishes like pie of the day, sausage and mash and homemade chilli are sure to delight. Located next to Greensand Way, there are footpaths nearby, making The Pepperbox Inn the perfect stop to rest and refuel after a day of exploring.