The Rambler's Rest, Chislehurst
The Ramblers Rest is a charming pub in a place not really renowned for charming pubs. Maybe slightly ill-named seeing as we're in the heart of suburbia where driving some kind of off-road four wheel drive is more common than actually walking anywhere. Nevertheless, the name and (verging on) rural location in the more historical end of Chislehurst make for a pleasant country pub experience. You can almost hear the sound of leather against willow - oh actually you can, they're playing cricket across the road. The pub is well maintained and has a beer garden as well as ample space out front to sit and enjoy a pint. The range of beers was impressive for a suburban pub - we counted four real ales, including Brakespear and Bombardier. One for a sunny evening or a post-Caves (the other good thing about Chislehurst) tipple.
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Mill Place, Chislehurst, Chislehurst, BR7 5NB
020 8467 1734
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How to find the The Rambler's Rest pub
Left out of Chislehurst mainline station (follow the signs to Chislehurst Caves), then right onto Old Hill and right again at the top of the hill.