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The Bull Hotel, Wrotham - pub details

Address: Bull Lane, Wrotham, Sevenoaks, Kent, TN15 7RF [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 28681) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Borough Green & Wrotham (1.2 miles), Kemsing (3.1 miles), West Malling (5.1 miles)

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Extremely quiet (and dark) on a Sunday night, which was a shame as the Hophead was good and the pub has some character.
mtaylor40 - 5 Mar 2012 18:50
Was very quiet but it was a wednesday lunchtime. Hophead superb and butties were well presented and value for money. The refurb looks good and I hope this place carries on improving, good to see that it is back on it's feet and that someone cares.
Sessionmaster - 15 Dec 2011 07:59
Popped in having heard it was on the up. One somehow expects an older, unremarkable and stayed interior, but in fact this is unexpectedly smart; more urban bistro than village pub. One could debate the relevance of such a design in that context, but it does seem to be working. It was early doors when I visited so hardly any others in. I imagine when it's busy with eaters and drinkers the bar and seating areas come alive. Greeted by a friendly sort of chap on the bar. Rarely eschewing the cask options (Dark Star Partridge and Hophead) I tried this new 'craft keg' product from Chapel Down vineyard, increasingly stocked in smarter Kentish pubs, Curious Brew. It was lightly carbonated and had a pleasant, subtle flavour. Very refreshing alternative to bland mass-produce keg lager on a hot day. Saying that, a half was sufficient and I suspect multiple pints might start to pall. Still, all very civilised and worth a look if you fancy a more contemporary village pub/restaurant experience.
TWG - 30 Jul 2011 16:18
Friendly, comfortable bar with choice of well kept real ale. Serve bar food as well as having a busy restaurant.
whatsontap - 10 Apr 2011 20:32
Very friendly pub in historic village. Surprisingly modern interior. Fine food (lamb curry was delicious) and fine Bateman's beer. No Dark Star beers, which I was led to beleive was there usual ales, but they don't seem to do these now.
JonW999 - 26 Aug 2010 18:22

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