• 12th February 2017

Grazing by the fire at The Milk House village pub in Sissinghurst

After a winter’s wander around Sissinghurst Castle Gardens, we couldn’t have been happier to wind up at The Milk House, a former 16th century hall house, turned thriving village pub. With gorgeous timber beams and Tudor fireplaces, the pub welcomes loyal locals, along with visitors from further afield.

The food was great, and the whole atmosphere just really relaxed and welcoming. The pub prides itself on its delicious food, keeping it simple, working with the seasons and using only the freshest produce from local suppliers creating menus with something for everyone.

We sat in front of a crackling fire and ate off their all day grazing menu. The wood fired pizza was really good and so too was the local cask ale. On our way out we spied some fancier looking dishes being served up in their more formal dining room and decided we’ll have to return one day soon. It all looked so good!

Images courtesy of The Milk House





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