Discover the best top things to do in Medway, United Kingdom including Past and Present, 10:50 from Victoria Micropub, The Flippin' Frog, 12degrees micropub, Three Sheets To The Wind, The Mackland Arms, The Who'd Ha Thought It, The Coopers Arms, Three Sisters, Prince of Ales.
5.0 based on 26 reviews
Medway's first micro pub serves real Ale, Ciders,Key Keg,Bottle Beers and a range of Wine's, Gins,Rums,Whisky and soft drink's along with normal pub snacks. Tea and Coffee available Friendly atmosphere no tv or loud music just good conversation and old fashion pub games, dog friendly.
5.0 based on 60 reviews
Really nice independent pub, friendly atmosphere great on a sunny day, strangely tranquil space surrounded as it is by supermarket car park, roads and railway lines
5.0 based on 13 reviews
12Degrees is a uniquely atmospheric micropub serving an ever changing range of gravity dispensed ale from our bespoke chilled racking system, Along with a selection of ciders, wines, spirits & soft drinks. Music events advertised in the pub, we look forward to seeing you at 12Degrees.
Friendly Micro pub - with great selection of local and national real ales and ciders - all kept at perfect temperature in hand made cabinets with cooling (no more too warm beer from here) - will definitely being going back again
5.0 based on 3 reviews
Great pub with a beautiful garden. Excellentt selection of Austrian beers and more. Very friendly staff. A welcome addition to Rochester High Street.
4.5 based on 6 reviews
I grew up in Rainham and the Mackland was a favourite of my Dad (Gerry Murphy) and, when I was older, me too. There was an owl in a cage on the bar years ago. The owners (Jan and her hubby) were always lovely. Beer was always good. Loos were terrible which, of course means great pub. One of very few local pubs left in the world worth saving. If you live near station road, hi and have a pint when they open
4.5 based on 20 reviews
Our first visit back since lockdown and did not disappoint. Always thought Coopers is one of the best pubs in Rochester and still do. Popped in for a post-dinner drink yesterday evening. Very safe procedures in place in the new COVID world - temperature checking, signing in, one way routes - they are taking it reassuringly seriously. Great service as always, and good drinks. Garden is a perfect oasis off the beaten track and always a pleasant atmosphere. Still one of our favourites and shall be back soon.
4.5 based on 4 reviews
The Three Sisters Public house Rainham kent is privately owned by Bernard Woolmer and Gail Willoughby since 9th September 2015. Gail and I have strived hard over the last three years to turn the reputation of the pub into a friendly community pub. Currently the pub retails wet sales only, however the Three Sisters Kitchen will be opening next year providing traditional food, English breakfast all day and a carvery at the week ends.
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