Iden Green (Goudhurst)
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Attractive peg tile and weatherboarded country pub set back from the road with a large car park. Dating back to 1397, it is named after the peacocks that were formerly kept at the nearby Glassenbury Estate. The two bars are simply furnished. The main bar has old beams and a large inglenook fireplace burning logs in winter and provides a pleasant dining area. The newer rear bar opens onto the large secluded garden. Dogs on leads welcome except in the restaurant area.