Three Chimneys

Pubby beamed rooms of considerable individuality, log fires, imaginative food and big, pretty garden; well appointed bedrooms


Accommodation available
Speciality beers
Cask ales
Separate restaurant
  • Separate restaurant

Bar food times: 12-9 (9.30 Sat)

Typical main dish: ribeye steak with fries

Typical main dish price: £23.95

Average two course evening meal price: £28.00

  • Speciality beers
  • Cask ales

Price of cheapest bitter: £4.10

Name of cheapest bitter: Chimneys Ale

Number of bedrooms: 4

Price of a bedrooms starts at £0.00

  • Children allowed in the bar
  • Children allowed in the restaurant
  • Dogs allowed in the bar

The good pub guide review

This characterful, cosy old inn is an ideal base for visiting the gardens at nearby Sissinghurst (National Trust). The small, low-beamed bar and dining rooms are civilised but informal with plenty of character. They're simply done out with plain wooden furniture and old settles on flagstones and coir matting, some harness and sporting prints on the stripped-brick walls and good log fires. Their own Chimneys Ale (from Goachers) plus Harveys Best on handpump, 18 wines by the glass from a good list, local Biddenden's cider and nine malt whiskies; background music in the restaurants. The candlelit bare-boards restaurant has rustic décor and french windows that open into an extended conservatory looking over seats in the pretty garden, where raised beds contain herbs and other produce for the kitchen. At the front of the building is an enclosed open-air dining courtyard. There are four comfortable bedrooms, each with their own terrace.

The good pub guide food review

Highly thought-of food includes ploughman's, grilled mackerel fillet with salsa and garlic aioli, pigeon breast with celeriac purée and blackberries, hake fillet with cannellini beans, roasted cherry tomatoes and chorizo dressing, courgette and tomato ragoût with grilled halloumi, pork and sage sausages with creamed potatoes and port and red onion gravy, caramelised onion, courgette and tomato tartlet with grilled goats cheese and black olive tapenade, guinea fowl breast with braised peas, broad beans and Jersey Royal potatoes, and puddings such as dark chocolate délice on praline base with pistachio ice-cream and vanilla pannacotta with raspberry coulis.

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Contact Details

Three Chimneys, Hareplain Road, Biddenden, Ashford, Kent, TN27 8LW

(01580) 291472

Opening Hours

Weekdays: 11.30-11