Built in 1576, this quaint village pub in Egerton, Kent was previously known as The George.  No doubt much has changed since the 16th and 17th century, but the traditional features remain behind the timber frame.

During the Second World War it was a local pub of choice for American and Canadian fighter and bomber pilots, whose signatures can still be seen in the bar. 

Upstairs are three spacious bedrooms called Bowl, Bell and Disk, which are terms used in connection with barrows.

Nothing in the rooms is standard, least of all their size and shape. Large windows give stunning views of the valley.  The Disk has an exposed beamed ceiling giving it a rustic feel. Warm lighting and calm pastel colours are used throughout. Prices are fair and the food locally sourced.

**Family Fun Day**

On Saturday 29th July, The Barrow House in Egerton is laying on an afternoon packed with family-friendly activities. What could be more idyllic than a cold beer or glass of rosé in a sunny pub garden to a backdrop of live local music? To keep the kids happy, there will be a bouncy castle, face-painting, ice cream and children’s entertainment!

To find out more call 01233 756 599 or email digin@thebarrowhouse.co.uk