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QUINTESSENTIAL Pub on the Green

KITCHEN × BAR × BEER GARDEN

 
 

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Call 01227 751207 from 11am – 10pm daily, or drop us an email tables@theredlionhernhill.co.uk
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OUR STORY 

Steeped in history this 13th Century Hall House has been totally refurbished by the family White. It retains many distinctive character features including exposed beams, flagstone floors, a crown post ceiling and an inviting log fire. Clever contemporary features now lend this remarkable building a comfortable atmosphere, which cannot fail to charm. Outside further delights await. It’s a quintessentially English pub set in the picturesque Kentish Hamlet of Hernhill located just a few miles from the historic towns Faversham and Whitstable and The City of Canterbury.

 

Phone

01227 751207

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Location

Crockham Lane
Hernhill
Faversham ME13 9TU

 

Hours

Mo 11.30am-3pm 6pm-10pm

Tu-Sa 11.30am–10pm
Su 11.30am–7pm

Food

M-Sa 12pm–2.30pm 6pm-9pm
Su 12pm–4pm

 

 
 

Places to Stay

 
 
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The coach house - pub rooms

Our on site accommodation

1 Twin & 2 Doubles

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THE old Stables

The Old Stables is the perfect couples retreat to get away from it all and explore this lovely part of the Garden of England. Ground Floor.

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mount ephraim B&B

5 minute walk

For over 300 years the Dawes family has lovingly cared for the house and gardens and today they present one of the breathtaking spots in the south-east of England.

Mount Ephraim Country House is a late Victorian Grade II listed manor house. It was originally built in 1695, rebuilt in 1878 and then extended in 1913 when the West Wing was added.

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THE CART STABLE

Tucked away in the heart of the Kent countryside you will find The Cart Stable, a beautifully presented holiday accommodation for two, which is perfectly located for you to admire and explore this area of outstanding natural beauty.

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Church oast

Built around 1850, Church Oast was originally used to dry the hops that went into the making of local beer.

The Oast was converted into this eye-catching and comfortable home in the early 1980s.

Located a stones throw away from our front door across the village green.

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The COUNTRY COTTAGE

This 6 guest cosy cottage has beautiful and comfortable country styling and countryside views all around.

This cottage will embrace you with its homely and relaxing comforts.