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The St Crispin Inn, Worth - pub details

Address: The Street, Worth, Deal, Kent, CT14 0DF [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 25465) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Sandwich (1.1 miles), Deal (3.5 miles), Walmer (4.3 miles)

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Nice cosy pub with what looks like bed and breakfast rooms at the back , the pub garden is large with a bouncy castle for the kids very nice will defo return
Gunner1 - 5 Jun 2017 15:15
Just returned from a 2-night stay here. Accomodation was up the road from the pub but this was no problem. Very clean. Tye & Di make you feel welcome from the minute you arrive. Many thanks for a great stay. I still don't believe Tye's story about golf balls but it was fun anyway ! Cheers
nogs - 31 May 2010 11:33
Historic village pub with a newer (but sympathetic) accommodation building added at the back. Several real ales on, including a nice pint of Harveys. Not visible (or signposted, as far as I could see) from the 'main' road through the village (itself bypassed), but well worth seeking out.
rpadam - 21 Sep 2008 23:47
I had an excellent pint of Harvey's "Best", whilst my chauffeur had a pint of Timothy Taylor "Landlord", a week ago last Saturday served by the Landlord himself.

Also on handpump were Fuller's "London Pride" and Shep's ubiquitous "Master Brew".

The restaurant area is mom-smoking, whilst smoking is permitted in the bar itself, even though there are no ashtrays on the bar, but you need only ask. The landlord pointed out that the fire ( which is open on two sides ) that dominates the pub creates more smoke and smell than tobacco.

Extra seating is available in the patio area which has a retractable awning for the more clement weather, and the garden is lovely on those lighter evenings, where you can watch the local team playing Bat & Trap.

I still cannot pass comment on the food compared with what it was like under the previous owner, but if the Phantom Raspberry generously feels that the new landlord has still to settle in, all I can say is that if the standard has not increased over the last eighteen months, then what he and his family had last Sunday will be about as good as it's going to get.

Having said that, it's still one of my favourite country pubs in very pretty surroundings, and thus maintains its score of 8/10.
5thearlofwimbourne - 22 Jan 2007 10:56
A lovely old pub with an open fire place for the winter and gardens for the summer in a quiet little village fifteen or so minutes walk from Sandwich train station. Four or five different engines with rotating ales. The beer is as well kept as it ever was but no longer served straight from the barrel. The restaurant was, sadly, a disappointment although not for want of effort from the very attentive waitresses but just not up to previous exceptional standards. I'll be generous and say the new owners need to settle in. Well worth going for the beer alone and would be interesting to know what others think about the food. Will post further report later in the year. Beer 8/10 Food 5/10
Phantom_Raspberry - 21 Jan 2007 09:52

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