From the traditional country pub to wine bars there are plenty of places to relax with a drink, and maybe a bite to eat, in White Cliffs Country. Here are some suggestions...
Originally built in 1365, The White Horse is Dover’s oldest pub. Not only worth a visit for the good pub food and real ales but also to see the wall where successful English Channel Swimmers sign their names to record their achievement.
Le Pinardier is a quirky wine bar and shop located in Deal High Street.
Enjoy panoramic views across the English Channel at The Coastguard Pub in St Margaret’s Bay, just a stone’s throw from the sea and is Britain’s nearest pub to France.
The George and Dragon located in the medieval town of Sandwich is a 15th century inn serving craft beers.
The Freed Man is a nautically themed micropub and was previously a post office. Located in Walmer the pub offers a selection of drinks including real ales and cider.
The Zetland Arms in Kingsdown sits right on the pebble beach looking out on coloured beach huts and magnificent sea views bordered by the White Cliffs.
Many of the pubs and restaurants in White Cliffs Country have won awards or been mentioned in newspaper and magazine listings and are well worth a visit. The award winning ‘The Dog at Wingham’ offers an ever-changing range of beers, wines and spirits, with a particular focus on locally brewed real ales.