Visit one of these local landmarks and you'll have the perfect reason to stop by The Carpenters Arms for lunch or dinner. Soak up some Tudor history at nearby Hever Castle, walk around Winston Churchill's family home at Chartwell, or visit the Tap Room and Shop at Westerham Brewery to find out how the beers we serve are made.
Planning a day out nearby? If you're a National Trust member, you can now enjoy 10% off your bill at The Carpenters Arms Monday to Thursday (excluding bank holidays) when you show your membership card. This offer is valid until 30th November 2017 and you must order a main course or 'large plate' to qualify for the discount (discount does not apply to sandwiches). Click below to see full terms and conditions.
The family home of perhaps Britain's best-known Prime Minister, Chartwell is not only a beautiful house and gardens to visit but also a wonderful place to learn about the life of Winston Churchill. Enjoy a walk around the 80 acres of grounds with your dog, or take a look at the huge collection of artefacts.
Built as an archbishop's palace, Knole has been home to the famous Sackville family for the last 400 years. Surrounded by a medieval deer park and its friendly inhabitants, the vast 600-year-old stately home boasts an important collection of art and 17th century tapestries.
A beautiful expanse of National Trust-owned woodland near Sevenoaks, and a designated Site of Special Scientific Interest thanks to its abundant wildlife. The area inspired National Trust founder Octavia Hill, who grew up in nearby Crockham Hill, to preserve its beauty for future generations.
The childhood home of Henry VIII's second wife Anne Boleyn is a fascinating place to explore, steeped in centuries of history. Admire the fine collection of Tudor portraiture, take a boat out on the lake, or get lost in the famous maze - a wonderful day out for all the family.
Explore the childhood home of celebrated British Army Major General James Wolfe, discover how he won America for the British at the Battle of Quebec and find out about his tragic death in battle. See the house as it was when the Wolfe family lived there in the 18th century.
Take a look and see what's on the menu: whether you're after Sunday lunch, coffee and cake or a light snack, we have something to suit all appetites.
Our chef works with the seasons to produce menus full of flavour, and we're proud to source our produce locally where we can.
Read more about the award-winning ales and lagers you'll find on our bar, made just down the road by Westerham Brewery. Discover how Robert Wicks revived Westerham's rich brewing heritage when he opening the brewery in 2004 and read about some of our most popular beers, including British Bulldog, Finchcocks Original and Summer Perle.