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The Stanhope Arms, Brasted - pub details

Address: Church Road, Brasted, Westerham, Kent, TN16 1HZ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 25454) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Dunton Green (3.4 miles), Sevenoaks (3.7 miles), Bat & Ball (4.3 miles)

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December 2021 - hallelujah - a free house, with new owners, new managers, and a total makeover.
12 of us are and drank there for a pre Christmas get together.
3 courses each, great food, great beer and great valu.
We were there from lunchtime until 10pm. We are and drank what we wanted and the bill oy just came in at about £50 a head - amazing value
I popped in again just for a drink and to make sure that it wasn't a one off.
The second time around,I was equally impressed.
4 real ales with interesting and tasty choices to choose from and new ones due to come on making me want to come back The Larkin's porter and old dairy Uber brew were particularly good.
Matt the new manager keeps a cracking good pint and knows his stuff.
Add in a choice of 4 lagers, 2 ciders, a craft beer and Guinness and the choice is amazing.
I also met Ana who runs the front of house and who cooked possibly the best sausage roll I have ever tried.
This whole place has has a top notch makeover and screams out that it is a quality country pub.
Like all newly refurbished places, it still needs to develop some character but as Matt explained , that is not just about putting rubbish up on walls, it will take time and he also explained the plans for adding some booths inside.
I looked at the garden which is going to be a paradise in the summer and I understand that there is also a kids play area being built.
Even more exciting was the rotisserie chicken machine which will be added some time next year and exciting things like schnitzel that may be added to the menu and which will keep dragging me back. I only wish that I lived a little closer. You would never keep me out..

Mutzinutz - 23 Dec 2021 08:42
Good coverage about new people at The Stanhope Arms in recent issue of Sevenoaks Chronicle.

Let'sall give a warm welcome to Adrian and Sarah and wish them well.

Charles Ransten
Ransten71 - 8 Jan 2014 13:29
New tenants have been in for two weeks and it's like night and day compared to the last disastrous tenants. They are very welcoming and friendly and there was a definite buzz about the place on Friday for the first time in a long time. Four handpumps on, slightly overambitious at this early stage I thought bearing in mind this place has had hardly any custom for 12 months. But they were all in good nick as I tried them all - currently GK IPA, Abbott, Ruddles County and seasonal Rocking Rudolph. Having said that, if they build the custom up as fast as they've done in 2 weeks, they should be able to turn the beer over. By the way all the clutter has been cleared so there's room to move around and sit down.
brasteddrinker - 23 Dec 2013 08:44
The Stanhope Arms has finally got new landlords who are fantastic, good atmosphere, good beer and exceptionally nice people - welcome to Sarah and Adrian and thank you for coming to Brasted and making this your new home and giving this village our pub back after the last awful landlords and the worst year in this villages history.
LadyPenelope1 - 16 Dec 2013 13:28
Been past a few times recently, at different times of the day and evening and it seems very, very quiet. In fact having driven past twice this week, once in the evening and once mid-afternoon on different days and it looked closed both times.
Perhaps they have decided to call it a day: poor reviews aside, it can't be easy to run a pub in a place where you're clearly not very popular for whatever reason.
Such a shame, it could be a charming little place: given the other very over hyped options in the area, a small local like this should be at least ticking over.

PEP - 11 Oct 2013 06:52

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