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Going Out

5 cosy village pubs to warm up in

by Charlie Bond

5 cosy village pubs to warm up in

The George & Dragon, Speldhurst

Rustic beams, open fires and an extensive drinks menu can be found at The George & Dragon - a traditional 13th century inn, tucked away in the pretty village of Speldhurst. Found just outside of Tunbridge Wells, the pub and its surrounds look particularly picturesque in the snow.
www.speldhurst.com

The White Hart, Newenden

Located in one of the smallest villages in Kent, this charming freehouse is the place to be if you want to warm your cockles - take a seat by the roaring open fire, order a glass of something local and soak up the friendly atmosphere.
www.thewhitehartnewenden.co.uk

The Chaser Inn, Shipbourne

This Whiting & Hammond owned establishment can be found in Shipbourne, near Tonbridge and it's the perfect bolthole to escape the winter weather in. Pull up a pew in the Church Room and enjoy a delicious dinner in cosy surrounds.
www.thechaser.co.uk

The Bell, Ticehurst

This quirky pub in Ticehurst is filled with rustic charm and individual touches. With an impressive drink offering, whether you're after a warming glass of red or a g&t, you'll easily be able to pass those snow-filled hours in here...
www.thebellinticehurst.com

The Goudhurst Inn, Goudhurst

Local is what this popular village destination does best - owned by the nearby Hush Heath Estate, you can expect the finest English wines, local produce and even an extensive cocktail menu should you fancy mixing it up...
www.thegoudhurstinn.com