The White Horse Inn, in Boughton-under-Blean, near Faversham, is an historic pub restaurant with more than its fair share to offer guests. Not only is this ancient coaching inn mentioned in Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales, but its location in a glorious village surrounded by hop field lined walking routes to Mount Ephraim Gardens and the site of The Peasants' Last Revolt recommend this excellent stop before one even ventures inside.
As you may well hope, The White Horse is beautifully traditional inside, with roaring log fires, low-beamed ceilings and a cosy, intimate feel. Meanwhile, outside beautiful landscaping has turned a pleasant pub garden in to an Englishman’s dream.
Located in a village but within easy reach of many local attractions such as Canterbury Cathedral, Whitstable Harbour, the Turner Contemporary Gallery in Margate, The Marlowe Theatre, Dover and Leeds Castle, numerous golf courses and beaches, several nature reserves, the Channel Tunnel and the port of Dover, the White Horse is an ideal place to stay to explore the wonderful Kent countryside.
If walking, there are many stunning walking routes on our doorstep. We welcome walkers, cyclists, dogs (£15 supplement) and families.
Our team of chefs are creating quite a stir in the kitchen - our locally sourced British food features a combination of creativity and talent, providing guests with the opportunity to enjoy high level food in the most comfortable of atmospheres.
Our 13 bedrooms are beautiful with everything you would expect from a modern hotel, including free wi-fi, extensive parking, disabled access, an award-winning restaurant and extensive bar. We welcome dogs in two of our rooms, and have two family suites.