The Cock Inn
Heath Road, Boughton Monchelsea, Maidstone, Kent ME17 4JD
|Contact Us||Tel. 01622 743166|
|Map||Click Here For Map.|
|Type||Pubs near Leeds Castle, Maidstone.|
|Pub Explorer Reference||43153.|
|Pub Opening Times||Monday - Saturday 11am - 11pm .|
Sunday 12noon - 10.30pm.
Village Tea Room.
Monday - Saturday 2pm - 5pm.
We can cater for small parties in an area of the bar / restaurant. Please contact us to discuss your requirements.
DINING AT OUR PUB
Traditional English Country Fayre, all cooked to order using fresh seasonally changing produce, locally sourced wherever possible. We specialise in seafood / shell fish platters (pre booking essential). Food served in the restaurant and in the bar from a main menu & Specials board including game, pasta dishes & vegetarian selections. Bookings are taken for the restaurant and are advisable to avoid disappointment.
|Table Service||We have full table service in our dining area.|
|Meal Times||Monday - Saturday 12noon - 2.30pm & 6pm - 9pm.|
Sunday 12noon - 3pm.
|OUTDOOR FACILITIES||Patio Area with Jumbrellas and lighting, Large Car Park.|
|GENERAL FACILITIES||Free Wi-Fi Access, Wheelchair Access, Easy Access Toilets.|
|OTHER||Children Welcome only in the restaurant, Dogs Welcome & we provide dog meals with proceeds goign to charity, Cash Back available, Debit and Credit Cards accepted.|
The Cock Inn is situated in the rural village of Boughton Monchelsea and close in proximity to Leeds Castle near Maidstone. Surrounded by countryside, the Greensand Way path is nearby and we welcome walkers en route. This is a ‘chocolate box’ flowers around the door destination pub famously featured in the film ‘Kind Hearts & Coronets’ starring Sir Alec Guinness. Dating back to 1568, inside has a large inglenook fireplace with blazing log fire in the winter months. Low ceilings and exposed beams add to the Elizabethan ambience. An oasis out in the sticks, we offer a selection of well kept real ales along with a choice collection of fine wines. This consistently high quality pub - often quoted as being the best pub in Kent - is well known for freshly prepared country cuisine. Dishes are cooked from scratch using the best in seasonal produce. It is advisable to book for the restaurant, or you may choose to dine in the bar area – you will always be fed with or without a booking. Owned by local brewers Shepherd Neame and Leased by Jo and Dave the whole team are like a big family giving a genuine welcome to all. Many front of house and kitchen staff have been here for over five years. The atmosphere is relaxed, warm and friendly with soft background music to enable you to hold a decent conversation. If you are in the area, why not travel a little way further to try this rather special venue.