The Traveller's Home, Bexleyheath
Not blessed (and some would say cursed) in lying between Barnehurst and Bexleyheath, this is a bland pub experience. This place has been refurbished in recent years and the result is a characterless interior. The furnishings are a garish mix of browns, oranges and purples. Even the music (we heard Dido for the first time in ages) was ordinary. A wide range of exceptionally cheap food is available and, though there are no real ales, the Guinness was decent. All in all, you'd have to be a pretty weary traveller to stop in here.
16 Apr 2013
Hmm. Characterless would be a fair description. Nothing wrong with the place, but not much right either. Seems popular for the food and was pretty busy when I visited last Sunday with families. A bland experience. I'd say it's great for a family lunch or dinner, but not the place to take the wife for an evening or meet a mate for a pint.
03 Jan 2009
My wife & I had lunch here on 2nd Jan 09 on our way to visit a relative. Part of a chain, www.sizzlingpubs.co.uk, We found the staff friendly and helpful. The decor was okay and the prices very cheap. Two meals for £5 and a bottle of wine for £6.45 is reasonable in anyone's book. Food was nice and tasty and just the right size for lunch. Would visit again.
Long Lane, Bexleyheath, London, DA7 5AR
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How to find the The Traveller's Home pub
Turn right out of Barnehurst station and find the busy Erith Road. Turn left and walk down here for ten minutes before reaching the fire station. Turn right into Long Lane and you'll find the pub a few minutes' walk away on the right.