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Rising Sun, Twitton - pub details

Address: Twitton Lane, Twitton, Otford, Sevenoaks, Kent, TN14 5JR [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 34053) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Otford (1.2 miles), Dunton Green (1.2 miles), Shoreham (1.6 miles)

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becked, you are correct, and my apologies to The Rising Sun in Twitton. My other review is indeed for the one in Kemsing, on Cotmans Ash Lane. Who knew there were two Rising Suns so close to each other? Obviously not me.........!
Cakenhoff - 1 Oct 2013 17:36
I have never been to The Rising Sun at Twitton but the review below sounds very much like the Rising Sun at Kemsing unless they both have parrots in the corner
becked - 19 Jul 2013 17:44
What a strange place this is. Unlike any pub i've ever been to before. Very sinister. As soon as you pull up in your car, the locals eyes follow you into the dark, ramshackled but charming building. Complete darkness inside, and no electricals in sight. Not even a till. Smells (and looks) like a 1950's living room. Crap everywhere, paperwork everywhere and a parrot in the corner. The landlady was friendly enough and supplied a lovely pint of Sussex but couldn't help but feel like you had daggers in your back the whole time. It was like something out of The Hills Have Eyes, or a set for the next Saw film. In all fairness the garden and surrounding area was lovely but can't help thinking something very dodgy goes on here, like people going missing or being bludgeoned in the toilets or something. I am of course, joking. But that's the kind of vibe this place gives off.
Cakenhoff - 19 Jul 2013 14:38
Definitely 'idiosyncratic' to say the least, but perhaps that's one of its plus points. The fact that it's still in business seems to suggest that enough punters accept (and overcome) the various challenges which have been commented upon.
pub_aficianado - 30 Nov 2011 14:13
Unfortunately not open when I visited on a Tuesday lunchtime - and no obvious opening hours posted anywhere
Alan_br12df - 8 Oct 2011 14:31

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