All the team at The Egerton George warmly welcome you to one of the most picturesque villages in Kent. We locally source many of our ingredients & take pride in preparing your food to the highest standard. We have also chosen wines from around the world & a great selection of real ales. Relax, unwind & enjoy your meal......


The George Inn was originally built in 1576 during the reign of Queen Elizabeth 1st and has been altered and added to over the centuries. A Richard Turk was first granted a licence to sell ale in 1729 and was granted a further licence to sell wine in 1743. It was at this time that the pub was officially registered as The George. During the second world war the 127 Wing of the Royal Canadian Air Force Association was based near here and the pilots used The George as their local. When David Drew was landlord in the 70s and 80s he was an honorany "Red Indian" pilot and gathered mementoes and signatures of pilots. He displayed these around the pub and many can still be seen today.

THE GEORGE INN The Street, Egerton, Kent. TN27 9DJ 01233 756 304

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