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Crispin Inn

4 High Street
CT13 9EA
Emailku.oc.hciwdnas-nipsirceht@ofni Telephone(01304) 621967
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Opening times: Mon–Thu 11:00-23:00; Fri and Sat 11:00-24:00; Sun 12:00-22:30

See more about this pub on WhatPub, CAMRA's national pub guide.

The pub reopened on Friday, 18th February, under new management. So, some of the information in this WhatPub entry may be out of date.

This 15th-century public house can be found by the medieval Barbican and old toll bridge.

Its low ceilings, wooden beams and brick walls create an old world feel, providing a congenial ambience for locals and tourists alike. Relax by the windows and watch the world go by, or sit in the back courtyard overlooking the river - not to be missed on a summer’s day. There's also a cosy, carpeted, snug, if you want to get away from the crowds.

Two real ales feature, including one from the Kent brewery Mad Cat.

Food will be served from Tuesday, 1st March. There is a good range of home-made food which usually features Caribbean specialities, for example goat curry. Bar snacks include home-made sausage rolls.

Regular live music events are held.

The pub is a short walk from local transport and public car parking.Historic England Entry: 1343736
Kent’s Public House Archive: Crispin Inn, SandwichPhotos courtesy of Crispin Inn, Sandwich.