Serendipitous country public house with welcoming staff, character rooms, candlelight, open fires, real ales, popular foods and fantastic sunsets.
A 17th Century former smugglers haunt, this is pretty little pub in a lovely marshland setting with tables and benches on the front terrace and in the back garden alongside the riverbank.
The Ferry Inn at Stone-in-Oxney has its own large car park, is wheelchair friendly on the front terrace and in the bar. Dogs are welcome in the gardens and bar. Children are welcome and there is a separate playroom to keep them amused that includes a pool table, sky tv, suitable arcade machines and various board games.
The Head Chef at the Ferry is Dominic Knight, formerly of the Savoy in London and locally at the Bull at Linton, near Maidstone. He is supported by Laura Sansom, Second Chef, who together will be cooking up a sumptuous menu of fresh, plump and succulent Rye Bay Scallops for Rye Bay Scallop Week
Children’s portion are available on some dishes, however The Ferry Inn will bespoke as many of their dishes as possible for vegetarians, celiacs, and diners with alleges such as egg, milk and nut.
Stone in Oxney
01233 758 246
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