There can be few more picture-perfect corners for a pint than The Zetland Arms. Located on the shingle of Kingsdown Beach, this delightful pub has the envy of them all; beach huts and the White Cliffs by day, evening sun and shimmering moon by night. On a clear day, you can even see France.
A thriving and lively pub, The Zetland Arms has been serving a much-lauded pint since 1863. Its welcoming and relaxed atmosphere has long drawn a loyal following from locals and visitors alike. Children are very welcome and all areas are dog-friendly. There is also a rear sun-trap of a courtyard should you wish to escape the wind.
Whether you’re here for the day or just passing through, The Zetland Arms is always worth a stop. Choose from a fine selection of local beers and ales – brewed by Britain’s oldest brewer Shepherd Neame in Faversham. While a hearty traditional food menu includes dishes such as local whitebait with beach fennel mayonnaise, fish and chips, burgers, pies and steak.