Castle Inn Chiddingstone

Wed Jun 26 2019 
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Sunday Lunch is an institution at the Castle Inn Chiddingstone.
Welcome to The Castle Inn

John McManus, previously of Le Gavroche and The Ashdown Park Hotel has taken over the beautiful and historic Castle Inn and would like to welcome you to this historic pub restaurant The Castle Inn, nestled in the tranquil National Trust village of Chiddingstone, Kent. 

We aim to give our customers the very best drinking & dining experience, in our stunning traditional English pub. 

With a knowledgeable front of house & outstanding culinary practice, we are confident that you will receive friendly service & great food.

Whether it`s a quiet meal that you are after, or a pleasant drink, we will always make you feel welcome & are sure that it will not be your only visit.
 

 

The castle Inn
     
Visit our web site: www.castleinn-kent.co.uk
     

The Castle Inn is first mentioned in 1420 and was known as Waterslip House. One Thomas Weller, who gave his name to Wellers Town, which consists of two rows of cottages about a mile away, bought the inn in 1712. Weller and his brother started the inn in about 1730 calling it The Five Bells. It is believed that there were at least two inns in Chiddingstone before this, started as they were in the parlours of private houses.

     

LUNCH
12.00 –2.00PM MONDAY – FRIDAY
12.00 – 4.00PM SATURDAY & SUNDAY

DINNER
7.00 – 9.30PM MONDAY – SATURDAY

SUNDAY LUNCH
12.00 – 4.00PM

Castle Inn