Unfortunately... Man can not live by beer alone.
We also offer a fine selection of home-made food using locally sourced produce. Whether it's an afternoon snack, a three course evening meal or a cheeky dessert.
Pop in on a winter weekend for a delicious Sunday roast in front of our log fire or come on a sunny summer afternoon and enjoy our beer battered hake and handcut chips in the spacious family garden whilst topping up your drinks from our fully equipped garden bar.
Whatever the occasion we are sure there is something for you.Visit Website
We aim to release it as early as possible but to ensure accuracy it’s normally released around a week before the event. But don’t worry, the beers and ciders will be awesome!
Pick your brochure up in the week leading up to the festival from the pub.
The kitchen will be serving hot meals and sandwiches each day. We will also have a bbq in the garden offering quality burgers and chips. We reserve tables inside for food but not outside.
Friday, Saturday, Sunday 12-9pm
Not on Friday
Saturday & Sunday 12-9pm
The closest train station is Paddock Wood which is situated 3 miles from the venue. Around an hours walk (uphill on the way) or an 8 minute drive. There is also a taxi rank outside the station.
There is parking for around 70 cars but this can fill up quite quickly so we do ask that you share lifts wherever possible.
There is also a bus (297) which will stop directly outside the pub but you do have to ask, it is an official stop but not listed on the website. Check bustimes.org for times.
Sometimes there are more dogs than people here!
Well behaved dogs are very welcome but must be kept on a lead.
Yes. It is very family friendly and we have a large play area.
Yes we do though we are unable to take card payments in the garden. We do however offer cash back free of charge at the bar inside.