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The White Horse, Chilham - pub details

White Horse

Address: The Square, Chilham, Canterbury, Kent, CT4 8BY [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 33933) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Chilham (0.7 miles), Selling (2.7 miles), Chartham (2.7 miles)

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Woolpack Inn, Chilham (0.1 miles), Star, Old Wives Lees (0.9 miles), George, Chartham (1.6 miles), Rose and Crown, Selling (1.9 miles)

 

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A very pleasant pub in a very pleasant village - as seen on Top Gear's 50th birthday/E-Type Jag' feature...
palecitrus - 10 Nov 2011 22:17
This pub is in the centre of Chilham. The Beer which i tried here (Cornish Coaster), which was a replacement for Doombar, and was very nice. The food which we tried was also very good, but the atmosphere seemed a little chilly.
multiplexor - 17 Apr 2011 15:23
i liked the pub and itsgeneral 'feel' however the ladies who where the owners were all dead faaced and made you feel unwelcome. As if you wernt supposed to be there. i have heard they are selling though so will be back to check it out. overall a very nice pub in a very nice area.
rich123 - 20 Aug 2010 01:55
An 'olde worlde' looking pub in the centre of an 'olde worlde' village. Seems to have a reasonable set up balancing drinkers and diners (drinkers at the front area, diners at the rear). There's a pull cord handle on the door to the bar. Only Master Brew and Black Sheep available on the ale front. Went for the Sheep which was fairly average.
Snarling_Mallard - 9 May 2010 10:07
An old world pub in the picturepostcard square in Chilham. We were first in on an early spring Saturday lunchtime. A central bar serves a number of seating areas, the most attractive being the one you enter first, with the moulded beams in the ceiling and the open fire in the inglenook.SoEnglish it features on the front cover of the local OS map.
Our dogs ,and those of numerous other patrons (Chilham being on both the North Downs Way and the Stour Valley Walk) were made welcome. There were a few punters in for drinks, but most were eating. Our barsnacks were heavy on the bread front, but moreish, and my pints of Adnams were up to scratch.The beer range was rather pedestrian: apart from Adnams Bitter they offered Ruddles and Flowers IPA. I’d hoped to have seen Gadds, as I gather they’d had beer from Ramsgate in the past.
A perfectly good pub for a meal and a drink, but perhaps not a locals’ pub, though the clay shooting trophy on the bar might well prove me wrong. 7/10

wittenden - 27 Mar 2010 22:32

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