Tucked away in the village of Chestfield, near Whitstable in Kent, the Barn is a beautiful 14th Century pub & restaurant and forms the perfect place to meet with friends, celebrate a special occasion, enjoy a fresh home made meal, or simply relax in front of the inglenook fire.
A wide range of real ales and lagers are offered, all brewed locally in Faversham by Shepherd Neame, Britain's oldest brewer. Along with a varied selection of wines and spirits to compliment an attractive menu, you're sure to have an experience that exceeds your expectations.
Every Sunday sees The Chestfield Barn host a Sunday Session. These are afternoons of intimate, relaxed live music. Come along and take in the atmosphere, enjoy a fabulous Sunday lunch or sample some of the wide and varied selection of beers and wines on offer.
The Chestfield Barn originated as part of the Chestfield Manor in the 14th century, a possession of the half brother of William the Conqueror, Odo Bishop of Bayeux. It is believed that the Manor dates back to as early as 1084, particularly as it is mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1086. In the early part of the 20th century the barn was converted into a golf house by Abe Mitchell, to service the 700 acre golf course constructed in 1924 by George Reeves, making the barn the oldest golf club house in the country.