Built in the early 19th Century as a coaching inn for people on their way between London and Tunbridge Wells, the George is a historic town centre watering hole.
Following a relatively brief stint as a late night venue and cocktail bar in the early 2000s – and a few name changes -
the new owners have decided to return to the original name, and reopen as a pub, with a focus on craft beer and food.
With views overlooking the rooftops of Tunbridge Wells, our bar serves cask ale from eight handpulls, and craft keg beer and cider from another eight taps.
Our stocklist includes a rotating list of the best breweries from Kent, Sussex, London and further afield, as well as extensive list of wines, spirits, bottled beers and ciders.
Our open kitchen serves food from 12 - 3pm Monday - Friday and 12 - 4pm Saturday and Sunday, offering a deli menu with daily specials and roast dinner every Sunday..
We now serve light bites including sausage rolls, hummus and Pitta bread and olives every day from 12 - 10pm.
- Value Freash (East Peckham)
Dairy and deli
With a large decked area out back – our east-facing ‘secret garden’ is one of the best places in Tunbridge Wells to enjoy the sun, this side of the Pantiles. While the front courtyard gets the sun from the late afternoon.
We also have a little summer room, and a shaded pagoda area for a few people to enjoy.