"Found in the centre of this historic village The King`s Head is an ancient inn that dates from the 14th century and, along with the pub sign of King Henry VIII, the Cross of St George proudly flies from the building.

An unashamedly traditional inn, stepping inside this listed building is like going back in time. Copper pots and jugs hand from the old blackened ceiling beams and there is a large open fire place whilst pictures of the old village hang from the walls.

Warm, friendly and inviting this is a typical English where good food, drink and conversation are key to the success of the inn. A good selection of real ales along with lagers, beers and spirits are available from the bar whilst the menu, backed up by the daily specials board, offers a side choice of traditional English dishes.

Well known and popular thanks to the delicious food and choice of ales, The King`s Head is also a focal point of the village and a busy meeting place that also houses the inn`s golf society`s trophy cabinet"

Joanna Billing, `The Hidden Places of Kent`.

The Kings Head also have a car park for use by their customers and now accept all major credit cards.