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The Haywain, Bramling - pub details

Address: Bramling, Canterbury, Kent, CT3 1NB [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 31540) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Bekesbourne (2 miles), Adisham (2 miles), Aylesham (3.3 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.3/10 (rated by 11 users)
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Country pub with limited opening hours. The public bar was fairly busy on our Sunday afternoon visit. It is decorated with plenty of hops, as seems to be fairly popular in many Kent pubs. Regulars were crowded around the bar where kitchen staff were handing out complimentary dishes of roast potatoes and crackling. The garden is very nice with decking immediately outside the door. There are lots of plants to create a nice drinking environment. Bales of hay were strewn around. I assume these were part of the previous weekend's beer festival. Beers on were Brighton Bramling Cross, Fullers London Pride, Wells Bombardier & Skinners Betty Stogs.
blue_scrumpy - 11 Jun 2012 21:08
What a cracking pub. Everything a country pub should be. Great atmosphere, perfect beer, friendly staff. A friendly get-together of Lomax kitcar owners. First class!
Paul_Rochdale - 21 Nov 2010 20:54
the haywain to me has been an absolute treasure to me. This small pub in the middle of a tiny village is thriving due to its great atmosphere. i have been in this pub many times now and have been delighted every time i have frequented it. The food is top notch quality pub food , and comes with service with a smile. The other factor is the beer. Kevin the landlord keeps his Ales very well and likes to change them to keep customers on there toes in beer drinking. He also does this in a wonderful beer festival which both kevin and louise put on twice a year in the beer garden, involving live music and a large selection of beer and cider. Kev and Louise have got it right in terms of how a pub is run and how to keep punters coming. Its a great pub and i have no doubts that it will be just as good in years to come.
tats8989 - 14 Jul 2010 00:30
I was in this pub for the recent beer festival. Not bad. Not child friendly in the slightest. And as for the review that mentions the landlord's dog biting the child, that's outrageous. The police should have been called, never mind him apologising.
mgrobb - 11 Jun 2010 12:48
Spent a very enjoyable afternoon at the pub's regular beer festival - a proper festival, too, with thirty barrels set up in a marquee in the back garden. The beer was, obviously, great and the Secretary and I managed to try well over a dozen ales between us before lurching out for the last bus home. The landlord and all the staff were knowledgeable and friendly, the food was good and there was some great live jazz/blues music, too - a great day out!
Big - 31 May 2010 12:32

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