The Pubs

Kings Arms

The Kings Arms Pub, situated in the historic village of Upper Upnor, the home of Upnor Castle, which is 100 yards down the cobbled street away!

They specialise in Real Ales and regularly change the local beers on tap. They also offer various ciders and Belgium Bottled beers, winning various awards over the years for range and quality that we offer. This is down  to the care and attention that landlord Rob and his team have acquired over time, as well as the fully maintained and temperature controlled cellar they are stored in.

Their food is classed as freshly made, good, honest pub food, they also have a specials menu where they offer some of the more finer style dishes, all at affordable prices. The kitchen team is lead by Glynn, with 25 years experience in the trade, working in various establishments over the years and even helping gain a gastro pub 2 rosettes and even owning his own restaurant at the early age of 24. Glynn and his team are always available to come and speak to you personally at your table to discuss any special requirements, or any menus desired for special occasions.

Website: https://kingsarmspub.wixsite.com/upnor

Who’d Ha Thought It

An excellent boozer with a large selection of real ale’s which change monthly. A log fire, and a warm welcome, from the owners, Danny & Liz. A beautiful garden which is well maintained, many different events live music, fancy dress, BBQ. Happy Hour. It has one of the best firework displays provided free for everybody, which attracted so many people last year, there was a stage built in the car park with free sparklers and goodies for the children . Also a lot of different live sports shown on a huge plasma screen, also there is a new modern lounge area which is quite with books and board games. The pub has a number of regulars who are all very welcoming with some quite good-natured humorous lively banter amongst them.

Website: http://www.whodha.co.uk/

Good Intent

A back-street pub for real ale enthusiasts with a gravity-fed system for dispensing up to three beers. The casks can be seen clearly in the public bar, which has a pool table and a large-screen TV for major sports fixtures. The back bar is accessed via a garden gate and has a much quieter atmosphere. A monthly quiz is held in this local, as well as live music events. There are regular beer festivals.

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King George V

This historic free house features military memorabilia. It has three connected areas and an outside area for smokers. Guest ales from many local Kent microbreweries, and a house dark mild brewed by Mad Cat. A wide variety of Belgian beers, malt whiskies, rums and ciders. Food is served every lunchtime as well as evenings Tuesday to Saturday, with themed pizza, curry, tapas and steak nights. Sunday roasts are popular. Three guest rooms are available.

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Frog & Toad

A one-bar pub and former winner of the local CAMRA Pub of the Year. To the rear is a large patio area and garden with covered tables and bench seating plus an outside bar for beer festivals held during bank holidays. Two beers are regularly on offer, with the guest ale usually coming from the Cottage Brewery. The pub hosts occasional entertainment at weekends and provides Sunday lunches for which a booking is required.

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