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The Old Eden, Edenbridge - pub details

Previously called: Old Eden Inn

Address: 121, High St, Edenbridge, Kent, TN8 5AX [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 6712) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Edenbridge Town (0.4 miles), Edenbridge (1 mile), Hever (1.7 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.8/10 (rated by 19 users)
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other pubs nearby:

Star Inn, Edenbridge (0.0 miles), King and Queen, Edenbridge (0.1 miles), Old Crown, Edenbridge (0.1 miles), Wheatsheaf Inn, Marsh Green (1.1 miles), Swan, Edenbridge (1.2 miles)

user reviews of The Old Eden, Edenbridge

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5 most recent reviews of 16 shown - see all reviews

Best pub in Edenbridge, reasonable range of beers and lagers and a guest ale. Food's not bad, but they tend to stop serving early if its a bit quiet. Good to see a pool table there aren't many places that still have them.
Kent - 24 Jun 2015 11:32
Absolutely excellent Pub. The history obviously drops the rating and shod be removed! I found the Landlord & his Wife very welcoming and they kept a splendid pint! My group had Harveys, Old Eden & 1965 the latter two from the Westerham Brewery. Great atmosphere and good local food available.
WhiteWolf - 29 Sep 2011 19:57
Excellent pub with great range of ales and a nice atmosphere.
ktbtigger - 2 Apr 2011 21:21
The only reason this pub's score is the lowest in the village is its history: clearly used to be a cold lager and hot heads pub; the latter now dispersed up the road. Now the best pub in Edenbrige by far. Just landed here after The King and Queen and Old Crown, checking out the local pubs after moving here at the weekend. Went to the Wheatsheaf on Sat too.

Good range (five on handpump) of well-kept beers, friendly staff, low hum of blokey chat, small fire in the grate and a clean and tidy, old-fashioned English village pub look.

Don't look at the score, look at the most recent reviews, they're all bang on (apart from price quibbles - might be more for a pint here but worth every penny.)

Definitely worth a stop, even a small diversion.
Deuchars_lover - 28 Mar 2011 20:50
A fine traditional inn, which has been renovated sympathetically to retain a good deal of character in the timbered interior whilst modernising the facilities. The bar isn't that large, but there is restaurant up a flight of stairs in a mezzanine area and the layout does include several different seating areas and a pool table. A small-ish beer garden can also be found out back. There are five handpumps offering three ales from the nearby Westerham Brewery (including a decent pint of 1965 at �3.40) plus Harveys and a cider.
rpadam - 29 Aug 2010 21:29

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