Basically a restaurant converted from an old 19th century turreted village store in 1978, further changes were required in 1983 when the premises were gutted by fire. Todayï¿½s incarnation consists of a small front bar with stainless steel counter and a seating area. This leads through to a much larger room dedicated to dining use; both areas are finished in contemporary style. Of particular interest are the series of photographs depicting the building at various historic stages of its life. The single handpump usually dispenses beer from Westerham, Cronx or Oxted breweries. There is a bar menu as well as an extensive and most impressive 3 course prix fixÃ© menu. Closed Sunday evening and all day Monday. Food is available 12-2 Tuesday to Friday and 12-2:30 weekend lunchtimes and 7-9:30 Tuesday to Thursday and 7-10 Friday and Saturday evening. Accommodation comprises 7 rooms, two of which have easy access (but are not to full disabled standard).
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Last Updated: 03 Dec 2017