Kent Region

Campaign for Real Ale

Campaign for Real Ale

Olde Beverlie

St Stephen's Green
Telephone(01227) 463974
Real AleReal FireFamily FriendlyGardenLunchtime MealsEvening MealsSeparate BarDisabled AccessGamesParkingSmokingRestaurantFunction RoomDog FriendlyNewspapersWiFi
Opening times: Mon–Sat 12:00-24:00; Sun 12:00-23:00
Regular beers: Shepherd Neame Master Brew, Shepherd Neame --seasonal--, Shepherd Neame --varies--

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Attractive and historic brick building with oak beams and flagged floors. Sir Roger Manwood, who was granted the Royal Manor of Hackington by Queen Elizabeth, built it in 1570 along with the adjoining almshouses. In 1740 it became an inn called the Hospital, which was renamed the Beverly in 1839. It acquired its current name in the 1950's. A tradition inaugurated by Sir Roger still exists: every December a meeting is held in the pub to discuss how to help the ill and aged of the parish. The large garden has a high brick wall and is said to be the home of bat & trap. The menu features grills and Mexican food. There is a quiz every Monday evening.