The Castle Inn at Chiddingstone Village

For a hearty lunch or refreshing drink pop into the Castle Inn at Chiddingstone Village. This pub restaurant is full of historic charm and mouth-watering dishes that are guaranteed to satisfy your taste buds.

Historic surroundings

The Castle Inn is one of just 60 pubs owned by the National Trust and is independently run by new landlord Nick Naismith. The first mention of the inn dates as far back as 1420, making this building a true example of a traditional English pub. Period features are abundant creating a warm welcoming environment for locals and visitors alike.

Local ales

If you’re a real ale fan then you won’t be disappointed with the range of local brews available in the Castle Inn. Along with Westerham and Harveys Ales, Larkins ale is also served which is brewed in Chiddingstone Village itself. Local ales don’t get more local than that.

Fresh food

Order from a wide range of delicious locally-sourced, home cooked dishes in the Castle Inn. The kitchen team are always creating new dishes using the best seasonal ingredients both from suppliers and their own kitchen garden.

For the latest menu, see the Castle Inn website by clicking here

Food service times

Monday – Saturday
Pub 12:00 – 23:00
Food 12:00 – 17:00 and 18:30 – 21:00

Pub 12:00 – 21:00
Food 12:00 – 16:00

The Tulip Tree Tea Rooms in Chiddingstone Village, a National Trust property in Kent

The Tulip Tree shop and tea rooms

With an amazing array of cakes, breakfast and lunch options The Tulip Tree tea rooms is just the place to relax for a light bite. Make sure you pop into the shop as well where you'll find the perfect gift or souvenir of your visit.