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Traditional restaurants in Swale

Old House at Home

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants1.4 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 Flying Dutchman

Traditional1.4 miles 19 High Street ME11 5AA

Idyllically situated just a stone’s throw from the water’s edge in Queenborough harbour sits The Flying Dutchman. The restaurant is themed on a reproduction
of HMS Victory, with nautical decorations like anchors and wooden barrels set alongside handmade tables with realistic life-size cannons. This popular community hub...

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The Aviator

Traditional1.4 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 Royal Hotel

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants3.2 miles 29 Broadway Sheerness ME12 1AB

Whether you’re fossil hunting, exploring the nature reserves or spending a relaxing weekend away, a visit to the Isle of Sheppey is only complete when you’ve visited The Royal.
The Royal Hotel is hard to miss; it’s a striking 19th-century building, centrally located in Sheerness. Having recently undergone a complete r...

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The Hogarth Inn

Traditional4.3 miles 41-43 High Street Isle of Grain ME3 0BJ

The Hogarth Inn is a Grade II listed building located on the Isle of Grain. Named for the artist William Hogarth following his visit to the inn in 1732, the owners of this pub are proud of its history. Despite recent developments, the pub’s oak-beamed ceilings and rustic charm remain. The result is a welcoming traditional pub wi...

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The Hastings Arms

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants7.1 miles Lower Rainham Road ME7 2YD

Despite what might spring to mind when you see the date 1066, The Hastings Arms is set firmly in the present. This friendly public house boasts all of the modern facilities you would expect to find - a digital music player and wide-screen televisions with Sky Sports - as well as darts and a pool table. Freshly prepared pub fare is ...

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The Ferry House Inn

Traditional7.5 miles Harty Ferry Road ME12 4BQ

The Ferry House Inn is a beautiful 16th-century pub and restaurant with overnight accommodation, on the Isle of Sheppey. The drive through rolling countryside ends with a beautiful view across the Swale Estuary – an area famous for its wildlife and its walking and cycle routes. Whether dining in the family- and dog-friendly bar ...

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Blacksmiths Arms

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants8.2 miles Wormshill ME9 0TU

Beginning a leisurely evening meal at this charming 17th-Century country inn, we chose our starters from the carefully constructed menu. We decided on the oven-baked stuffed cup mushroom and the coquilles St Jacques - a scrumptious mixed seafood dish served in a scallop shell with mashed potato and a cheese topping. The meal was off...

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Hook & Hatchet Inn

Traditional8.3 miles Church Road ME17 1QT

The Hook & Hatchet Inn stands out amongst other pubs thanks to its location and amenities. The pub is situated right next to Hucking Estate, which is owned by The Woodland Trust and boasts 573 acres of woodland. Locals and visitors alike are encouraged to explore the numerous beautiful walks before stopping by Hook & Hatch...

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Waggon at Hale

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants8.3 miles 179 Capstone Road ME5 7PP

The Waggon at Hale is just the sort of traditional, family-run country pub that people love to return to time and again. Both travellers and locals are drawn to the charming exterior and warmly welcomed in by Emma and her friendly team. But it's the food that really keeps them hooked. Both the bar and restaurant menu are jam-packed ...

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The Anchor

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants8.6 miles 52 Abbey Street ME13 7BP

The Anchor is a beautiful 300-year-old pub located at the terminus of Abbey Street, one of the finest preserved medieval streets in England, very close to the historic Faversham creek, and a few minutes’ stroll from the town centre.
Inside, The Anchor embraces its history, proudly showcasing exposed beams that are reporte...

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The Phoenix Tavern

Traditional8.6 miles Abbey Street ME13 7BH

This inviting country tavern can be found in the market town of Faversham. Comfort and relaxation are at the heart of this traditional and welcoming pub, from the friendly service to the well-stocked bar where locals gather for a pint of real ale.
The talented kitchen team prepares an excellent array of light bites and trad...

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The Alma

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants8.6 miles Painter's Forstal ME13 0DU

The Alma can be found in the picturesque Kent countryside, in the pretty village of Painter's Forstal. A regular stop off for walking and cycling parties and those who pop in whilst leaving their horses tethered on the village green, the pub boasts many customers who return time and again. The Alma is the heart of the community, an...

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The Carpenters Arms

Traditional9 miles The Street Eastling ME13 0AZ

Located in the heart of the Kent countryside, The Carpenters Arms occupies a beautiful spot in the village of Eastling. An old 16th-century inn, the current owners have introduced modern comforts while preserving the authentic oak beams, inglenook fireplaces and other historical features that make the old inn so delightful. The in...

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King George V

Traditional9.1 miles 1 Prospect Row Brompton ME7 5AL

If you fancy a helping of culture and history alongside a superb meal, quality local ale and a warm welcome, then King George V in Gillingham is the perfect choice. Located in the heart of Medway, the pub’s charming en-suite double rooms provide a homely base from which you can easily explore the surrounding area. This uniquely ...

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