Standing with pride in the village of Robertsbridge in the heart of 1066 Country, The George Inn sits in an 18th-century former coaching inn and is a true hidden gem. The inn is warm and welcoming, and showcases the best food and drink available from the Kent and Sussex borders.
Winter menus offer dishes such as slow-roasted pork belly with apple rosti and delicious homemade gravy, and pan-seared local venison with roasted root mash and pan juices. Spring and summer bring herb-crusted rack of Hawkhurst lamb, or pan-fried Rye Bay scallops, as well as succulent fresh fish from the nearby coast. Filled baguettes, ciabattas and traditional pub favourites such as local cod with hand-cut chips and delicious homemade tartare sauce also feature, as do tempting homemade puddings.
Oak bar stools and chestnut leather armchairs provide a comfortable area in front of the log fire to enjoy local ale, beer, wine and juice, not forgetting the ten different gins and a full range of Italian coffee. Should you wish to extend your stay and enjoy some award-winning hospitality, four distinctive boutique bedrooms are also available, featuring sumptuous fabrics and antique furniture.