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The Carvery was really nice and perfectly cooked. Unfortunately that was the only part that I wouldn’t fault. There was no one on meet and greet, the server went awol and we had main course plates on our table till we finished. Had to go and ask for the bill. It’s a nice place but the staff need sorting out and need to have a passion for customer service. We will go again but not for a special occasion. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Absolutely love this place! Fell in love with it the minute we set foot on the grounds - from the cute secluded location to the amazing locally sourced food - this place is a must visit! The staff are super friendly and helpful and willing to go the extra mile for you. The atmosphere is fantastic - not too loud but not awkwardly silent, homely and not too formal but not your average run of the mill pub. Highly recommend a visit here, especially in the summer! MoreOpenTable Diner -
Have been waiting to try this restaurant for ages and it was worth the wait. The tapas dishes were delicious and the desserts lovely. The restaurant has a really relaxed atmosphere and you felt you could really take your time even after the meal was finished. The only negative was we were offered olives and bread and the impression was that these were complimentary as we had not looked at the menu yet, but we were charged for them on the bill which we was not expecting. However everything else was fabulous and will definitely be returning. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Over 400 years of hospitality
A historic pub sitting on a beautiful green in the sleepy village of Pratts Bottom. The Bulls Head has stood on its current site for roughly 400 years, so was perfectly placed to take advantage of passing trade.
The stagecoaches were a unique selling point but also had negative consequences, as the village soon became the haunt of smugglers and highwaymen. It is even rumoured amongst locals that the infamous highwayman Dick Turpin frequented the "Bull’s Head Inn" until he was caught horse stealing in 1739 and hanged for his crime.
Now the highwaymen are gone you can expect a warm, friendly welcome with great beers, wines, spirits & traditional pub food.More
The Kitchener specialises in offering a fantastic selections of menus which incorporate the finest ingredients from the local Kent countryside. Reservations are highly recommended for the main restaurant and our private dining rooms. Please explore below a sample of our extensive menus, these are subject to seasonal changes and produce availability.More
The Valiant Sailor is a cosy country pub sat at the top of the white cliffs in the beautiful village of Capel-le-Ferne. We serve home cooked food using locally sourced meat and vegetables and a delicious roast on a Sunday. We are dog and family friendly with a large car park and beer garden with children's playground.
We are on The North Downs Way and The England Coast Path and are ideally located for ramblers and dog walkers and visitors to The Warren beach down the cliff path below the pub or The Battle of Britain Memorial next door.
We are 4 miles from EuroTunnel and 6 miles from the Port of Dover and welcome overnight motor home stopovers. More