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Mulberry Tree, Boughton Monchelsea - pub details

Address: Hermitage Lane, Boughton Monchelsea, Maidstone, Kent, ME17 4DA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 35755) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Staplehurst (3 miles), Marden (3.7 miles), Headcorn (4.7 miles)

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Buffalo's Head, Maidstone (1.2 miles), Lord Raglan, Staplehurst (1.2 miles), Cock Inn, Boughton Monchelsea (1.3 miles), Kings Head, Sutton Valence (1.6 miles), Clothworkers Arms, Sutton Valence (1.7 miles) - see more nearby pubs

user reviews of Mulberry Tree, Boughton Monchelsea

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The Mulberry Tree is essentially a restaurant, but its bar is also open to those just wanting a drink. The building itself looks like a modern house (added on to an older building to the rear), and indeed this was apparently what was intended by the owner who bought the former Red House pub which once stood on this site. However, following a long dispute, it could only get planning permission for business use (and, despite its rather remote rural location, it seems to be doing pretty well given the various food awards it was won). Beer-wise, there are two handpumps offering Harveys and the local (and rather splendid) Goachers Light. NB - There is also an attractive garden area to the rear.
rpadam - 9 Sep 2010 21:37
More of a restaurant than a pub but well worth a visit if thinking of dining. Takes a bit of finding but once there you shouldn't be disappointed. Nice interior and also courtyard garden outside. Keen to use local ingredients and thus found Harveys and Goachers on tap. Food was very good - lives up to the awards they have won. Set menus good value too.

So all in all, not really a pub, but if you want a nice meal and you like real ale to go with it, definitely recommended.
mikey64 - 6 Jun 2009 16:56
This is the pub formerly known as the Red House, which has survived strenuous attempts to obtain permission for change of use to residential accommodation. We all ought to support it, if only on these grounds, where so many other local pubs have foundered, but I must admit that I haven't been in yet. I believe it's more restaurant than pub now - but at least it's not a private house.
earlydrinker - 26 Feb 2009 22:11

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