Kings Head65 Bexley High Street
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An ex-Courage pub, now a free house that has for many years sold Greene King beers. A 16th century listed building, it has been a pub since 1710. It has white painted weatherboard frontage, typical of so many Kentish pubs, a low front extension is Victorian, while the back room is later still although the old part was damaged by fire in 1972. A good old interior with a low ceiling, dark oak beams including some original to the building, timber framed walls and diamond leaded windows. A small dining room behind and to the left has 1930s oak panelling.