Woolpack Inn

High Street, Chilham, Canterbury, Kent, CT4 8DL, United Kingdom

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Good For Families
  • Families83
  • Couples78
  • Solo75
  • Business50
  • Extremely offensive anti social staff.

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    I do not recomend the pub or hotel. The staff had a fancy dress party as part of their staff do on our second evening in and one of their kitchen staff was dressed as a priest with a stuffed doll of a that looked like a child tied to his waist. When I asked the land lady if maybe she thought that may be offensive to some customers she replied that it was more funny than offensive. The employee who was in the custume overheard my query and said that if I were a priest he'd spit in my food. I've never been so shocked in my life or expierenced such a lack of hospitality in any pub. I wouldn't recommend visiting or drinking in that pub. It certainly is not a warm village pub.

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Local cuisine in a picturesque village

by clairegeordio about The Woolpack Inn, Chilham

The Woolpack is a traditional 15th century inn, 5 miles from Canterbury,serving as a hotel, pub and restaurant. It is located in Chilham, supposedly one of the most picturesque villages in Kent, however, I can't comment on that as i have only been here in the dark!
It was a very welcoming place, with a vast open fireplace in the bar area and the restaurant has a rustic feel to it. The restaurant has been praised by national newspaper food writers! I had the mussels (moules marinières) for a main course and they did a strawberry crème brulée for dessert, which is my all time favourite dessert. Many of the dishes, however, were more traditional, such as roast lamb, pork, steak and ale pie.

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The Cathedral & The Archbishop

by KittyLou

I believe the Archbishop of Canterbury spends most his time in London but I know of one day went you will find him participating in a short service December 29th marks the martyrdom of St. Thomas and he will be there to lead the procession if you attend the afternoon evensong.

(I am pretty sure you would catch the Archbishop on Christmas Eve, Christmas, and Easter too -- but I haven't been in Canterbury on those days to find out.)

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Address: High Street, Chilham, Canterbury, Kent, CT4 8DL, United Kingdom