Old HouseRedwell Lane
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Located in a narrow secluded country lane, this grade II listed Kentish red-brick and tile-hung cottage comprises an entrance lobby and two separate bars. The public bar features a Victorian wood-panelled counter, parquet flooring and an imposing inglenook fireplace. The quiet parlour bar houses a chaise-longue. Up to six beers are dispensed by gravity, some from genuine wooden casks, from the tap room, always including at least one bitter, a golden ale and a dark beer from an impressive range of breweries. Up to seven ciders. Regular meeting place for Society for the Preservation of Beers from the Wood (SPBW). Parking available on small forecourt. May close earlier in the evening, if not busy.