Woolpack Inn

Kent - Smeeth

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

Listed Status: Not listed

Church Road
TN25 6RX

Tel: (01303) 812196

Email: thewoolpacksmeeth@gmail.com

Website http://www.woolpacksmeeth.co.uk/index

Real Ale: Yes

Lunchtime Meals: Yes

Evening Meals: Yes

Public Transport: Near Bus Stop

Bus: Yes

View on: Whatpub

Rebuilt by Fremlins of brick in 1937. Although much opened-up, you can clearly see the original plan of a public bar on the left which is still separate and two more bars and rear room now combined. A passage from the main door has been opened-up to the public bar which still retains its fielded panelled bar counter and a dado of fielded panelling. The back to back fireplaces is of 1930s brick but does not tie up with the panelling. Through a narrow gap cut to link the rooms is a large bar on the right formerly three rooms which all retain original fielded panelling to dado height but here it has lost its original dark stain. Original counter of fielded panelling on left but the right hand return piece is modern having replaced a hatch when the wall between the two front rooms was removed in 19XX. The bar back has some original fielded panelling and small cupboards but modern additions and most of the lower shelving replaced by fridges. There is an original stone fireplace in the rear area and the remaining doors are original. Toilets modernised. At the rear of the pub is a 18 hole crazy golf course – just ask to borrow the clubs and balls to play. It is all made of fibreglass and was bought from East Cliff Pavillion in Folkestone 30 years ago.

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