Restaurants and Pubs Near Edenbridge

A list of the restaurants and pubs within Edenbridge is listed below for your convenience. You will find their phone number, website and description along with a picture of their establishment.

The Bottle House Inn

restaurants and pubs

Tel: 01892 870306

Website: www.thebottlehouseinnpenshurst.co.uk

The historic Bottle House Inn has been looking after weary travellers and hungry locals for longer than anyone can remember. And with its beautiful bar area, stylish restaurant and pretty garden, it’s never been a better spot to relax and refuel than it is today. Enjoy delicious food, well kept ales and a truly excellent wine menu - all in the heart of some of the most beautiful countryside that Kent has to offer.

The Castle Inn

restaurants and pubs

Tel: 01892 870247

Website: www.castleinn-kent.co.uk

First mentioned in 1420 and was known as Waterslip House, the historic & beautiful Castle Inn is nestled in the tranquil National Trust village of Chiddingstone, Kent. Great for summer evenings in the garden or cosy meals by the fire.

The Fountain

restaurants and pubs

Tel: 01342 850528

Website: www.fountain-cowden.com

Located in the quaint village of Cowden, just down the road from Becketts, the Fountain building dates back to the Eighteenth century. Serving locally brewed beers by Harvey’s of Lewes. Traditional English fayre from fresh fish and steaks to sandwiches, cut to order. Cosy village pub feel especially when the log fires are burning.

The Greyhound

restaurants and pubs

Tel: 01732 862221

Website: www.edenbridgetown.com

The Greyhound Inn at Hever is a family run pub/restaurant. A cosy bar area. 40 seater Restaurant. 2 separate Bar rooms for eating & drinking. Secure garden to the rear of the pub & off road parking. The a la Carte menu boasts approximately 40 different items to tempt you or if its just a snack you are after they have a full snack menu.

The Kentish Horse

restaurants and pubs

Tel: 01342 850493

Website: www.kentishhorsemarkbeech.co.uk

Located in the Kent village of Markbeech The Kentish Horse has a warm and friendly atmosphere of a traditional English country pub. They stock a wide range of well kept cask beers, lagers and ciders including the ever popular Larkins bitter, brewed two miles away in Chiddingstone.

The King Henry VIII

restaurants and pubs

Tel: 01732 862457

Website: www.shepherdneame.co.uk

Situated in the tiny, attractive village of Hever right next to Hever Castle, The King Henry VIII is a beautiful olde English pub. Warm and friendly welcome with a spacious interior that is full of traditional character.

The Little Brown Jug

restaurants and pubs

Tel: 01892 870318

Website: www.thelittlebrownjug.co.uk

Offering simple hearty home made British food with a decent wine list and well kept ales. Food is served all day every day which makes it ideal to pop along for a late lunch or early dinner. Beer garden and lots of character, three real log fires and no gaming machines!

The Rock Inn

restaurants and pubs

Tel: 01892 870296

Website: www.officialpubguide.com

The Rock Inn is very much a locals pub. It has its own very strong identity, being unchanged for generations. With a lovely old uneven brick floor and irregular beams and doors, it makes no concessions to modernity. Even a bulls head on the wall- with a hook through its nose at which to toss a brass ring- has been in exactly the same position for at least fifty years

The Spotted Dog

restaurants and pubs

Tel: 01892 870253

Website: www.spotteddogpub.co.uk

What you get at The Spotted Dog, Penshurst, is an independently run lovely old rambling 15th century white clapboard building, low beams and three open fires. It is warm and welcoming in winter but equally enticing in summer. The food is mostly traditional English with some gourmet specials and fish dishes with fresh fish delivered daily. There are always four different beers available, normally a Larkins, Harveys and two guest beers and an extensive wine list.

The Wheatsheaf

restaurants and pubs

Tel: 01732 700100

Website: www.wheatsheafboughbeech.co.uk

According to local tradition the older part of the present day Wheatsheaf was formerly a hunting lodge owned by Henry V. The structure of the timbers and the wonderful crown post, revealed during renovations in 1996 certainly indicate the building dates from the latter part of the 14th century. Renowned for its good food and its warm welcome from the friendly staff it is well worth a visit.