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The Greyhound, Charcott - pub details

Address: Charcott, Tonbridge, Kent, TN11 8LG [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 33429) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Penshurst (0.7 miles), Leigh (2 miles), Hildenborough (2.5 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.2/10 (rated by 12 users)
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other pubs nearby:

Little Brown Jug, Chiddingstone Causeway (0.4 miles), Fleur-de-Lis, Leigh (1.6 miles), Bat and Ball, Leigh (1.6 miles), Castle Inn, Chiddingstone (1.8 miles)

 

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This was my first visit to the Greyhound and I was very impressed. I'm glad to report that the pub has been under new ownership since summer 2017 - so none of the previous reports apply any more. I believe the place has had a total renovation and the main bar was fresh and airy but still retained a cosy country pub feel. There were complimentary cheesy nibbles on the bar and fresh flowers dotted around the interior. Two great pints of Larkins were enjoyed in the beer garden. Unfortunately I didn't have time to stay longer or sample the menu - but I will definitely be returning soon with my family and friends.
CGGC - 5 Jun 2018 12:43
This pub is not bad but needs improvement. I was with a group of 20. We were offered a menu before we even sat down how rude, and the Harveys the landlady poured was VILE. I said to her that it might be the end of the barrel and she FLEW ACROSS THE ROOM like a thing possessed, clearly she had an axe to grind. It is also ludicrously expensive she wanted £16 for 2 pints of some obscure local ale that only the boring arseholes on here have heard of. Overall the atmosphere was crap and the decor needed updating.
benton - 8 Apr 2013 15:10
Well, crossed a line today: the first time I've paid £4 for a pint of Ale. Westerhams 1665, it was good, but was it worth four quid?
Nice welcoming fire on a cold day. Menu was varied and food was good.
They also had Harveys Sussex on, don't know how much that cost.
alan_From_SAWW - 16 Jan 2013 17:06
Called in to the Greyhound on a rainy walk, welcomed in and allowed to put our boots by the fire to dry out. There was a good choice of food available until 3pm (Sunday hours). There were 8 of us who arrived without booking and we were served and seated without a fuss. The food was good and the portions large, i went for the "Mega Roast", all three meats on one plate, who could ask for more. They had Sussex and Westerham ales on tap, both of which came up well, albeit after four of them the rest of the walk was a bit tricky. I would revist and would recommend. Not as busy as the nearby little brown jug, but the food is just as good if not a bit better.
thebarn1990 - 7 May 2012 19:21
I may just have been unlucky in the timing of my visit - there had been some function during the afternoon and everything seemed a bit chaotic and tired (including the beer) . But that said, I remember this place as one of the few surviving basic old fashioned country pubs in this part of the world, and I was shocked to find it done over in what seemed to me fairly dire taste, which removed the last vestige of character from the place. But at least it's still open - and that's a major plus these days.
earlydrinker - 1 Oct 2011 17:09

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