British Fare: Two Course Meal With Fruit Wine For Two (£24) or Four (£43) at The Ringlestone Inn (Up to 68% Off)
- 17th century inn retaining many period features
- Resident barn owl
- Parking available
- Whitebait, deep fried brie, pate, and soup with crusty bread among the starters
- Mains include rib-eye steak, slow roasted pork belly, and lamb and apricot pie
- 175ml glass of fruity wine each
Limit 1 per 2 or 4 people. Limit 1 per table. May buy 1 additional as gift. Booking required. 24 hour cancellation policy. Valid Wed-Fri, Sun-Mon 6pm-9pm. Valid for starter and main with 175ml glass of fruit wine. Excludes lamb shank, fillet steak, beef Wellington, and tiger prawns. Must be 18 or older with valid ID for wine. Excludes 10% discretionary service charge. Original value based on most expensive options. Valid on option purchased only. Original values verified 23 May 2012 at 2.14pm.
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Like taking a photo, eating out can bring loved ones together, and gives everyone a chance to yell about cheese. Gather over grub with today's Groupon from The Ringlestone Inn. Choose from the following options:• £24 for a two course meal with wine for two (Up to 64% off)
• £43 for a two course meal with wine for four (Up to 68% off)
With hefty tankards, oak beaming in the lamplight, and a history as rich as its gravy, this 17th century inn serves up a range of hearty meals and fireside ales, with its resident barn owl providing a final feather in its hosting cap. The Ringlestone Inn is a hub of gastronomic indulgence with speciality sausages and brimming pies, while the large garden and children’s menu make it a good location for family outings and games of ye olde hide and seek.
To start, whitebait on a bed of mixed leaf salad comes with a lemon wedge and tartar sauce for dipping (£6.50); deep fried brie accompanied by cranberry sauce (£6.50) or soup of the day changing regularly (£6.20). Mains include a meaty feast of rib eye steak served with salad and a choice of jacket potato or chips (£22.50), pork belly that’s been slow roasted for six hours (£16.95), and a fruity lamb and apricot pie (£16.50). Each diner can also enjoy a sweet taste of fruit wine in a 175ml glass each (£4.60).
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The Ringlestone Inn was awarded a tasty 3.5/5 by TripAdvisors. While opinions in the past have varied on the service, many visitors have complimented the food, though special mentions were reserved for the character and setting of the pub itself.
We went with frends to the Ringlestone inn at the weekend and I can honestly say it is the most beautiful engligh pub I have ver been in [sic]. Everything you want from a proper English boozer, 500 years old, full of Jacobean furniture, great atmosphere, roaring fires, beams everywhere, lots of history and not forgetting super food and a lovely landlord and landlady,
– AsiaSteve72, TripAdvisor, Feb 2012
The pub is lovely very old with much character. And a nice atmosphere and is situated in a lovely rural setting near Hollingbourne and a few miles from Doddington.
– sandyFavershamKent, TripAdvisor, Mar 2012