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.
Places to Stay
The coach house - pub rooms
Our on site accommodation
1 Twin & 2 Doubles
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.