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River overlooking Horne's Place oast

Where to eat & drink
near Appledore, Kent

Wondering where to eat and drink in Kent? Whether you want a cream tea, a pie and a pint or some locally-caught fish and chips, there are plenty of good places to eat and drink near Horne's Place Oast & Barn. Here are a few of the closest to the holiday home and some of our favourites...


A private chef

Appledore – 0 miles

You can have a restaurant-quality meal without leaving the house if you book a private chef to come to the house. Kent-based Silvestre Inácio knows the kitchen at Horne's Place Oast well and is happy to cater a dinner party for up to 25 people. Take a look at his website, The Chef Touch, to find out about the range of menus available.

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In-house catering

Appledore – 0 miles

Another option for in-house catering comes from Wendy and Julie at Larkins' Kitchen. They provide a more informal style of catering for groups of any size from six – and can turn their hands to pretty much anything so whether you want a buffet for 25 or a family-style roast for 10, they can help take the pressure off your event catering.

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The Black Lion Pub

Appledore – 1 mile

A freehouse serving a selection of real ales and wines. It has a varied menu with locally-caught fish and Romney Marsh lamb as specialities. Bank Holidays usually see paella and hog roast served. A great local choice of where to eat near Appledore, Kent.
Food is served;
Tues-Thurs: 12pm - 3pm & 6pm - 9pm
Fri-Sat: 12pm - 9pm & Sun: 12pm-8pm.

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Miss Mollett’s High Class Tearoom

Appledore – 1 mile

Quintessentially English tea room for cakes, scones and light lunches. A traditional classic option of where to eat near Appledore, Kent.
Open Weds-Sun: 10am-4pm in winter & 10am-5pm in summer.

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The Ferry Inn

Stone-in-Oxney – 1.8 miles

A 17th century inn on the Saxon Shore Way long-distance footpath, next to a stream. It has a menu which uses seasonal local produce and changing specials. 
Food is served;
Mon-Fri: 12pm-3pm & 6pm-9pm
Sat, Sun & Bank Holidays: 12pm-8pm.

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The Woolpack Inn

Warehorne – 3 miles

Also on the Saxon Shore Way – but in the other direction. Stylish and rustic it serves brunch, lunch and dinner and changes its menu with the seasons. Good choice of where to eat in Kent.
Brunch Mon-Thurs: From 8am; full menu 12pm-9.30pm
Fri & Sat: 8am-10pm, Sun: 8am-9pm.

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The Swan at Chapel Down

Tenterden – 8 miles

Very nice restaurant at the Chapel Down vineyard with seasonal menus using local produce. Views over the vineyard from the terrace and a Chef’s Table for special occasion dining for groups up to 18.
Mon: 12pm-3pm
Tues-Fri: 12pm-3pm & 6pm-10pm
Sat: 12pm-4pm & 6pm-10pm
Sun: 12pm-5pm.

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The Gallivant

Camber – 11 miles

An award-winning restaurant close to the beach which describes itself as having a relaxed Scandi/New England vibe. Food is sourced from a 15-mile radius and often includes foraged items. Highly recommended for where to eat in Kent.
Drinks and snacks available throughout the day, breakfast
Mon-Fri 7am-10am
Sat & Sun 8am-10am, lunch 12pm-2.30pm, Dinner 6pm-9.30pm.

Times shown are approximate driving times unless otherwise stated

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