Kent's Pubs - whether you prefer a cosy snug fireside on a cold winter's evening or sitting outside a Wealden lodge surrounded by hop fields - Kent has something for everyone. Canterbury too has a really great selection of pubs for you to try out. In Chaucer's 13th Century Canterbury more than 365 pubs were located within the city walls - we may not have that many now but the ones we do have offer the drinker a real challenge to visit them all within their stay.

Haunted Pubs

The Old Coach & Horses, Harbledown 
The Phoenix, Old Dover Road, Canterbury 
The Parrott, Church Lane, St Radigunds, Canterbury* 
The Cherry Tree, White Horse Lane, Canterbury*
The White Hart Inn, Worthgate Place, Canterbury* 
The Yew Tree, Barfreston (Closed 2009)
The Chapter Arms, Chartham Hatch 
The Compasses, Crundale 
The Duke of Cumberland, Barham 
The Black Robin, Kingston 
The Plough Inn, Stalisfield Green

*These pubs are featured in Haunted Canterbury by John Hippisley


Non Haunted Pubs

Ye Olde Beverlie, St Stephens, Canterbury
The Old City, Oaten Hill, Canterbury
The Miller's Arms, Mill Lane, Canterbury
The Dolphin, St Radigunds Street, Canterbury
The Old Brewery Tavern, Stour Street, Canterbury
The Ivy House, Tyler Hill 
Timber Batts, Hastingleigh
The Bowl Inn, Hastingleigh
                                                                               

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