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Traditional restaurants in Rochford

Old House at Home

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants11.5 miles 1 High Street ME11 5AA

The welcoming Old House at Home is open to all for great drinks, wholesome food and wonderful seaside views - even dogs are welcome inside. This music-focused pub plays host to fantastic live performances every Sunday, plus open-mic nights every Wednesday, when attendees all receive a hot meal to enjoy alongside the entertainment. D...

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The Horseshoe & Castle

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants11.5 miles Main Road Cooling ME3 8DJ

A short drive across the marshes and across the historic Shore Way you'll find the village of Cooling - home to The Horseshoe & Castle. Upon entering, we were warmly greeted by the owner, custodian of this hostelry for 23 years. With considerable enthusiasm for his CAMRA-recognised free house, fine 26-cover restaurant and cosy r...

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The Chequers Inn

Traditional11.6 miles Church Street CM9 8AS

The charming Chequers, located in the attractive village of Goldhanger, boasts a tranquil setting that’s perfect for enjoying laid-back drinks and classic cuisine. Thanks to its peaceful position and rustic charm, this 14th-century inn is a popular stop-off among walkers and bird watchers who come to the area to enjoy the beauty...

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The Aviator

Traditional11.8 miles Queenborough Corner ME12 3DJ

Just a few minutes’ drive from the Sheppey Crossing, The Aviator is the perfect introduction to the Isle of Sheppey. Breakfast is served from 8am every day making this the perfect spot for a morning visit – expect traditional cooked breakfasts and tempting vegetarian and vegan options, alongside a choice of cereal and fruit. T...

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The Ship

Traditional12.3 miles Stock Road CM2 8LB

Located in the village of West Hanningfield and perched on the edge of the Hanningfield Reservoir, The Ship is a charming community pub with a host of attractions. Housed in a Grade II listed building that’s been a pub since the 15th century, The Ship presents an attractive sight to passersby with its pink exterior, sash windows...

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The Coach & Horses

Traditional12.7 miles 36 Chapel Street CM12 9LU

Just a few minutes away from the bustling Billericay High Street, The Coach & Horses is a central hub of local life. Experience its friendly, community-oriented atmosphere first-hand as you’re reminded exactly what constitutes a proper pub. The menu boasts classic, traditional dishes such as liver and bacon, pies, and suet ...

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The Prince of Wales

Traditional13 miles 2 Prince of Wales Road Great Totham CM9 8PX

Offering a warm and relaxed atmosphere and furnished with memorabilia from over the years, The Prince of Wales enchants both drinkers and diners with roaring log fires in the winter and a peaceful garden retreat in the summer.
The food offering boasts a range of pub classics and curries, including the light and crispy batte...

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The Green Man

Traditional13.1 miles Waterside Road CM0 7QX

The Green Man is a 16th-century free house with exposed oak beams and oodles of historic charm. Just metres from the River Blackwater, it was once a famous smuggler’s inn. Both the picturesque setting and superb food make this pub well worth a visit. In spring and summer the beer garden and play area are perfect for families, an...

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The Swan

Traditional13.2 miles School Road Little Totham CM9 8LB

Situated in the wonderfully picturesque village of Little Totham, The Swan has a truly homely feel, with hanging baskets and greenery outside and an incredibly warm welcome once you enter through its doors. This Grade II listed venue boasts oodles of character; as a two-time winner of CAMRA’s National Pub of the Year, you can ex...

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The Cricketers

Traditional13.2 miles East End Road CM0 7PT

The Cricketers is a welcoming and homely space which serves up great food in its farmhouse-feel restaurant. The staff are known for their friendly and inviting attitudes, ready to have a chat with diners enjoying the country pub inside, or out in the sunny garden area in summer months. With a range of traditional pub classics on o...

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The Sportsmans Arms

Traditional13.3 miles 26 Sportsmans Lane Nounsley Hatfield Peverel CM3 2NW

If you're on the look-out for a pub offering dishes that appeal to all the family, then consider your search over. The Sportsmans Arms offers everything from favourites like fish and chips and lasagne, to specials such as traditional suet pudding brimming with steak and kidney, game or chicken and leek. Up to 20 specials appear on t...

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The White Hart Inn

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants13.6 miles Swan Lane Margaretting Tye CM4 9JX

The White Hart Inn is an award-winning pub surrounded by beautiful countryside. The pub sits proudly on the village green, with fantastic beer gardens and a lovely exterior. Owner Liz and her team are passionate about real ales and delicious traditional food. The freshly beer-battered haddock and Sunday roasts are of particular note....

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The Chequers

Traditional13.7 miles 32 The Street CM8 3NN

This traditional Essex village is a commuter village, but has one particularly tempting attribute that will have you jumping back on the train as quick as can be - namely, The Chequers. This Grade II listed building is sporting a new courtyard outside, a selection of real ales, plenty of car parking and a great menu of quality pub...

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The Queens Head

Traditional13.8 miles 15 North Street CM9 8TF

The Queen’s Head in Tolleshunt D’Arcy, where Sue, Richard and Scott welcome you to enjoy some of the finest cooking in and around the region, is a perfect example of the traditional village pub. The pub boasts a beer garden with an epic children’s playground, and a bouncy castle in summer months. The separate snug area is pe...

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Queen’s Head

Traditional14 miles Church Road CM3 3EG

Tucked behind St Andrew’s Church in Boreham, you’ll find the Queen’s Head – an old fashioned family-run pub serving tasty unpretentious food and well-kept real ale, cider and wine. Max and Jess Castledine welcome visitors and locals alike to this traditional venue, which hosts regular live music nights, family-friendly cha...

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