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Looking for somewhere new to go for a Valentine’s treat or a winter break?

The White Horse is former 16th century coaching inn in the tranquil village of Boughton-under-Blean with a cosy bar and spacious dining area featuring an inglenook fireplace and original beams keeping that traditional country pub feel but the 2022 refurbishment has added a fresh and elegant new look.  It’s open all day every day and guests are welcomed for lunch, dinner and breakfast if you are an early-bird or just for drinks (fine wines, premium lagers and yummy cocktails).


From a midweek lunch with friends to family celebration dinners, The White Horse is the perfect choice to enjoy good food and drink in a relaxed atmosphere. Their new spring menu launches on 2nd February offering sandwiches and snacks, pub classics as well as hearty, tasty dishes cooked with the freshest ingredients and an international twist. How about The All Aussie Burger, Crispy Skin Chicken with Thai Curry Sauce and Noodles, Steak and Ale Pie, Fish Tacos?  And as every good village pub should, the TWH kitchen serves a delicious Sunday roast with a choice of vegetarian and vegan options – but be sure to book as Sundays at The White Horse are very popular with guests coming back time and again for the delicious dry-aged rib of beef.


And for those romantics out there, on Valentine’s Day all guests will be offered a complimentary glass of fizz with lunch or dinner! Or maybe treat your loved one to a night away? There is still time to make the most of the 2 for 1 Winter Escape offer*.  Guests booking to stay in one of the charming bedrooms (or the secluded Nightingale Suite) will be offered an extra night free.  Two nights for the price of one (including weekends) giving you more time to explore this lovely part of East Kent with Whitstable, Faversham, Canterbury on their doorstep. 

*This offer runs until 28 February and is available via website:


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