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The Chequers, Loose - pub details

Chequers

Address: Old Loose Hill, Loose, Maidstone, Kent, ME15 0BL [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 31331) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Maidstone West (2.2 miles), East Farleigh (2.4 miles), Maidstone Barracks (2.7 miles)

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what a Gem of a pub.. We found this pub by mistake as we were heading for The Lord Raglan for a spot of Sunday lunch only to find it shut,Never one to give up we turned around and took some back doubles to avoid some temp traffic lights and there she was like a light at the end of a tunnel,The food was Fantastic I had a garlic and king prawns on bruschetta and the old lady had a roast (Beef ) and I must say quite good portions( I had to help her finish the beef ).Both meals was less than a tenner each ,The staff were spot on.The real Ale was very good as well,Harveys,London Pride,Spitfire,
Well worth a visit and will be popping in again.
longdog1 - 24 Oct 2010 20:31
This has been my dad's local for 20 years. It's changed alot over the years but has always had the trump card of it's pretty waterside setting in the village.
Recently, I have found the ale to be of a decent standard and perhaps I get very good service because of the old man.
Food is good if a bit expensive.
Would be my regular pub if I lived in the area.
nickrocks74 - 19 Jan 2010 16:58
Really superb Sunday evening visit, Harveys bitter in superb condition. Staff and the owner very friendly. Well worth going to.
lot14 - 10 Aug 2009 19:32
It's in a lovely situation, close to the stream running through a most picturesque village. I found the atmosphere fine, with pleasant and helpful staff - a top-up for a less than full pint was offered before I'd even noticed it was needed. And the garden's great, with comfortable seats instead of those horrible 'picnc sets'(as the Good Pub Guide insists on calling them).
All fine, then - except that the beer was awful. The T.Taylor Landlord had a curious taste which made me switch to London Pride for the next pint. I should have sent that back, but instead I made a swift exit. Pity; I hope it was a one-off; I'll try again some time.
earlydrinker - 5 Aug 2008 18:09
Traditional village pub, in a picturesque setting at the bottom of a steep valley beside a stream. Decent beer, but one of those places where you suspect that locals get served quicker at the bar...
rpadam - 25 Sep 2006 12:45

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