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Tucked away down a single track rural lane, this classic 16th century inn is well worth a detour. Gradually extended over the centuries, the sprawling interior ticks all the boxes. Sturdy low beams are decked with dried hop bines. A large polished wooden plank table and stunning doubled-sided open fire dominate the bar room. Secluded stream side garden is busy on sunny days. Popular for food and functions (in adjacent great barn). Owners are strong supporters of local breweries. Tuesday to Friday opening times may extend from May throughout summer. Hildenborough rail station is 1900 metres away. Due to often hosting wedding and private parties, it is wise to phone before visiting to check that the pub is open for customers.