The Goudhurst Inn

The Goudhurst Inn

British

0.5 miles
Cranbrook Road, Goudhurst, TN17 1DX
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This historic building has always served as the village pub. Previously known as The Chequers, it underwent a total refurbishment in 2015. Today it is a venue that welcomes friends and families alike, and boasts ample outdoor seating with breathtaking views of The Weald, as well as a children’s play area and an outdoor pizza shack. Inside you’ll find the Hush Heath Room, the conservatory and the bar area, all of which are cosy yet luxurious and modern. Upstairs there are four individually designed bedrooms with en-suites, all with five-star facilities.

The kitchen team at The Goudhurst Inn serves seasonal British dishes, which are made using locally sourced ingredients, for breakfast, lunch and dinner every day of the week. Head chef Bradley Knight employs modern cooking techniques to create British classics like fi sh and chips, beef and Stilton pie, and the vegetarian-friendly Kent artichoke risotto.

Situated on Cranbrook Road, the pub is a short drive away from its own award-winning vineyard and winery, Hush Heath Estate. The Goudhurst Inn serves all of their wines and ciders in the bar and on the table d’hote menu, alongside an array of the best wine, ale, craft beer and speciality spirits that the world has to offer.


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Opening Hours:
Mon:8am-11pm
Tues:8am-11pm
Weds:8am-11pm
Thurs:8am-11pm
Fri:8am-11pm
Sat:8am-11pm
Sun:8am-11pm

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