6 Pubs and Bars found in or around St. Paul's Cray

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Broomwood

From the outside The Broomwood appears a fairly smart boozer, promising 'fine food, fine ales, good company'. While we didn't try the food, we would observe that the latter two were notable solely by their absence. We visited...

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0.22mi
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Crayfish

The pub has closed: Our final review, from April 2006. Evidently a pub that is trying to turn itself around after some hard times, the Crayfish deserves to succeed. Although it wasn't very busy when we popped in (and when...

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0.24mi
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Partridge

The Partridge is a wide, low pub with a community feel. On our visit, only one side door allowed entry; the others were apparently locked to keep the heat in. Possible green credentials aside, this is a sparely furnished,...

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0.34mi
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Bull Inn

A timbered inn dating back a few centuries, and with a great deal of character, the Old Bull Inn is one of the better pubs down the Cray Valley. There are two bars, three real ales on the hand pumps, a moderately adventurous...

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0.48mi
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Ravensbury Arms

Apparently closed for some time - the new management didn't make a go of it, either. We've been informed that it's now been demolished.

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0.49mi
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Mary Rose

The Mary Rose is a strange establishment. It's a 16th century inn stranded in the Cray Valley, largely refurbished and extended nowadays but still bearing a few traces of its history. Situated on the narrow, very Kentish, High...

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0.58mi
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