Shepherd & CrookShearway
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A welcoming family run country free house is a 15th century Grade II listed constructed of the same stone as the nearby Norman church set in the picturesque village of Burmarsh. The food is cooked to order using local produce, where possible including vegetarian and gluten free options are available lunchtime and evenings Tuesday to Saturday and Sunday Lunchtimes. Also, open Bank holiday Mondays, same hours as Sunday. The pub has a dog friendly bar and a separate restaurant, which can also be used for private dining occasions is popular with walkers and is adjacent to the Romney Marsh Cycle Route. The charming village public house hosts friendly locals, a log fire for those colder days and an enticing sun terrace for those occasional sunny day. The Shepherd and Crook is full of antiquities including a blow lamp collection. It also has a traditional ‘ring the bull’ game, which is reputed to be one of the oldest pub games going, so make sure you try when you visit. The interesting adjacent medieval church has a Norman doorway within a 16th century porch and is well worth a visit. The pub holds an open mic evening on 1st and 3rd Tuesdays