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The Swan - West Malling

The Swan is an independent leading Kent restaurant bringing modern dining to the lively market town of West Malling. The restaurant and bar combines stylish design and bespoke furnishings, creating a relaxed yet vibrant atmosphere.

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The Farmhouse - West Malling

An Elizabethan House situated in the heart of this beautiful old market town, with a warm friendly atmosphere and an extensive menu offering traditional English cuisine as well as continental specialities.

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Poacher & Partridge - Tudley

Nestled among the beautiful orchards and rolling fields of the Kentish countryside, close to the famous All Saints church with the Marc Chagall windows. The Poacher and Partridge is a now a stunning county pub with dining.

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The Dirty Habit - Hollingbourne

Set on The Pilgrims Way in a designated area of natural beauty, with many walks and bike rides from the pub, it has been used by pilgrims on their way to Canterbury for centuries.

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The Great House - Hawkhurst

This 16th century inn set in the heart of the Kentish weald just oozes character and history, with its wealth of exposed beams and a magnificent orangery overlooking the private garden.

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The Vineyard - Lamberhurst

Nestled by the historic Lamberhurst vineyards in the rolling Kent countryside, The Vineyard pub and restaurant is a 17th century inn given a completely new lease of life.

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The Gun - Heathfield

A 15th century pub simply oozing charm and atmosphere situated in the heart of the sussex countryside directly on the Wealden Way, one of the most beautiful walks in East Sussex.

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The Potting Shed

A down to earth eating house which has been created in the unusual style of a potting shed with a grass roof and decorated with gardening tools, urns and hidden delights.

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The Herbalist

A place where great food meets a great time and your new central social hub. We make no apologies for loving fresh and vibrant cuisine, so our chefs cook it in our open kitchen for all to see – a little bit of theatre to go with your dinner.

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