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The Ringlestone Inn

Ringlestone Road, Harrietsham, ME17 1NX

((((* British
Average
Main course: £20
Food spend: £40
Opening hours
Monday & Wednesday to Friday 12:00 - 14:00 18:00 - 21:00
Saturday 12:00 - 14:00 18:00 - 21:00
Sunday 12:00 - 15:30 18:30 - 20:30

greatt venue loverly wood urning fires.

Steven Laming 06 May 2017
from Sittingbourne

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Originally built in the 16th century as a hospice for monks, The Ringlestone Inn in Kent today provides contemporary food and drink on its historic alehouse site. Open fireplaces, exposed beams and centuries-old English furniture are some of the many original features retained by the inn, which has been used as an alehouse since 1615.

Stocking a range of wines and beers, including some superb Shepherd and Neame cask ales and over 30 English country fruit wines and liqueurs, The Ringlestone Inn in Kent offers beverages to suit all tastes. Drinks can be enjoyed in the venerable inn itself, or in the beautiful gardens.

The Ringlestone Inn menu features a wealth of delectable dishes, like the goat’s cheese and red onion tart, or the succulent 6-hour slow roasted pork belly. The famous Ringlestone pies are a particular highlight, and flavours range from classics like steak and ale, to the more adventurous lamb and apricot.

Nestled in the verdant Kent countryside, The Ringlestone Inn is just a 9-minute drive from Harrietsham Station.

The Ringlestone Inn

Ringlestone Road, Harrietsham, ME17 1NX

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Customer reviews for The Ringlestone Inn

4.2 ((((* (based on 40 reviews)
87% of diners recommend this restaurant
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  • dinner (24)
  • lunch (23)
  • romantic (17)
  • value (7)
  • child friendly (4)
  • private dining (4)
  • large parties (3)
  • afternoon tea (1)
  • luxury (1)
  • views (1)
  • ((((( 6 May 2017 by Steven Laming from Sittingbourne

    greatt venue loverly wood urning fires.

  • ((((( 1 May 2017 by Rhys Kenten from Sheerness

    Lovely little place. Went there on a Sunday and had the 'big daddy' roast and it was fantastic! Quite dark inside tho but it's got alot of character and nice staff.

  • ((((( 30 April 2017 by Robin Edes from Sittingbourne

    Enjoyed fantastic meal, Brie to start followed by gorgeous Beef Wellington and then Mango Sorbet. Wife had Mushroom Crostini, Rib Eye Steak and then Sticky Toffee Pudding with Custard. Staff were very friendly and we didn't feel rushed. Cosy & comfortable - low ceilings - quite dark inside - but oil filled lights on the table made it a very intimate experience. Will have to try in the summer to see what it's like eating outside and at lunchtime. Highly recommended - hope to be back soon!

  • ((((( 18 April 2017 by Robert Shute from rotherthie

    Food was lovely the bar staff made us feel welcome . The big daddy Roast is out of this world . Would recommend this pub to anyone

  • ((((( 15 April 2017 by Clair Krauhaus from Chatham

    Really friendly service, food was amazing, overall great place to eat and drink.

  • ((((( 20 March 2017 by Melanie Jones from Maidstone

    Excellent Sunday lunch. Very pleasant staff

  • ((((* 13 March 2017 by Roger Knight from Kent

    Nice, friendly, English pub with traditional good and hot wholesome Sunday roasts.

  • ((((( 12 March 2017 by Karen Shubert from Rochester

    Lovely meal in an atmospheric old pub. Steak was very good - also had mushroom crostini which was excellent. Too full for any pudding!
    Nice relaxed friendly service as well.
    Absolutely loved the open fires too!

  • ((((( 7 March 2017 by nadia from Crawley

    charming quaint truly delicious food.
    the chef/manager is super talented, and gave us large portions of homely food at its best.

  • (**** 2 March 2017 by Mary Cole from West Malling

    A disappointing experience. The pub feels unloved (very dirty on the outside) and the food was at best mediocre. I had last been to the Ringlestone about 10 years ago and at the time it was a delightful experience. This pub could be a real gem; I hope it becomes a gem again but until then I will avoid it. Sorry! The roaring fire was lovely and the only obvious positive!

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