A traditional country inn, the Duke of Cumberland was built in 1749 and has been licensed to sell ale since 1766. It’s named after the commander of the English army victorious at Culloden, although no one knows exactly why. You’ll find a good choice of ales in the bar, including Greene King IPA and Harvey’s Sussex Best. If you’re peckish there’s a selection of sandwiches available, or go all out with crispy whitebait followed by chicken fajitas, or a burger. There’s a great children’s play area. There’s a beer festival in July or August.
Open all year
Open all week
Open all day
Opening times: 12–11 (Friday to Saturday 12–12 January to February Monday to Friday 12–3 5.30–11)
Lunch: Monday to Friday 12–3, Saturday to Sunday 12–9
Dinner: Monday to Friday 6–9, Saturday to Sunday 12–9
Food and drink
Set menu available
Credit cards accepted
Coach parties welcome, notice required
Play area available
Allowed in bar
Allowed in garden
A2 from Canterbury towards Dover. Follow Barham signs. In village centre into The Street. Pub 200 yards on left.