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A splendid historic building from Tudor times believed to have been a favourite of Henry VIII and reopened in 2014 after refurbishment by the new owner, who is a director of Westerham brewery. An impressive oak-beamed interior features large inglenooks and ancient artefacts and several separate areas afford plenty of room for drinkers and diners. Striking nostalgic motor racing paintings and prints are displayed upstairs. Five hand pumps serve three changing Westerham beers in addition to the two regulars. The pub also enjoys a lovely terrace garden to the front and side of the building, and the chef uses produce from from their own kitchen garden. Cyclists, motorcyclists, walkers with or without dogs and horse riders are all welcome.