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The Bell and Jorrocks, Frittenden - pub details

Address: Biddenden Rd, Frittenden, Cranbrook, Kent, TN17 2EJ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 11829) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Headcorn (2.4 miles), Staplehurst (2.9 miles), Marden (4.9 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.7/10 (rated by 19 users)
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other pubs nearby:

Hop Bine Inn, Cranbrook (1.7 miles), Knoxbridge, Frittenden (1.7 miles), Three Chimneys, Biddenden (1.7 miles)

user reviews of the Bell and Jorrocks, Frittenden

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This is a good village local with some varied real ales. Harveys Sussex Best Bitter, Woodfordes Wherry (possibly the only pub in Kent that has this on as standard), Musket Fife & Drum & Wantsum One Hop Amarillo were the 4 ales on during our visit. There is no real cider. Seating indoors was limited on our visit, as space had been cleared presumably for a band. We found a table next to a large propeller retrieved from a German plane that had been shot down here during WWII. There are a few tables outside the front of the pub and a small area to the side used by smokers. Worth a visit.
blue_scrumpy - 31 Aug 2015 14:51
Just popped in for a quick pint on Saturday afternoon, welcoming and friendly staff and locals, beer in excellent condition, lovely place.
FamilyMan479 - 26 Jan 2013 17:44
Billyfish has nailed it concisely in his review. The B & J continues to demonstrate what a village local ought to be - good beer and a great atmosphere. Keep up the good work.
earlydrinker - 27 Nov 2012 14:22
Dropped in here on the weekend for quick one, tidy little place. Unpretentious is the only word I can add to the worthy and wordy reviews below. A good friendly, hard working local where everyone was cheerfully getting on with the job in hand; having a decent pint, eating some straight forward tasty food and partaking in good chat.
Billyfish - 26 May 2011 09:38
Praise the Lord for a genuine English country pub - a dying species. The Landlord's family have .been here for 40 years. The pub is welcoming and not gastro. In other words, the menu is short, well cooked and interesting. The landlord is cheerful. The regulars actually talk to you. What a blessing. Well worth a detour. Romer
romer1342 - 17 May 2011 00:12

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