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Toastmasters Inn, Burham - pub details

Toastmasters Inn

Address: 65-67, Church Street, Burham, Rochester, Kent, ME1 3SB [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 35778) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Snodland (1.3 miles), New Hythe (1.7 miles), Halling (2.1 miles)

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Paul_Rochdale - 13 Dec 2011 19:13
Moved to the area about 3 yrs ago, tried the Toastmasters a few times but it always seemed so clicky and uninviting, shame as it was the only decent Pub in the vacinity.Heard it had changed hands so my Wife and I have been back to give it another chance. I must say the change in atmosphere is amazing. The Locals appear friendlier and the Barstaff are much more attentive to new customers, for the first time my Wife felt comfortable here, thankfully I now have somewhere to go for a Pint without the Mrs complaining. Will be interested to see whats about to happen in the New Year apparently the new partenership are planning a Refurb but something in keeping with Tradition. Much needed in Burham a well run decent Pub.
Localcritic - 13 Dec 2011 14:26
Ex-pub? Still a pub when we visited there a few months ago. The rear of the building is an Indian restaurant which also does takeaways and home deliveries. Nothing much wrong with the bar area and the real ale was fine when we were there, but there has been a cloud of uncertainty over the pub for quite some time as the owner (who appears to have nothing to do with the pub on a day-to-day basis) appears to want to sell it off for redevelopment.

We've been going there for many years, in fact since the days when the landlord was a retired toastmaster at London's Guild Hall. He sometimes when pressed came out to play a tune or two on an organ. It was alleged that he also had the greatest private wine collection in the cellar.

Again, it's a shame this excellent little place has been allowed to slide. It deserves better.
Paul_Rochdale - 14 Aug 2009 09:10
Shabby ex-pub-cum-restaurant with a small bar area by the door. Only worth a visit if all the other pubs in the village are closed.
Trabbs_Boy - 8 Oct 2008 20:03

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