Not just the oldest pub, but one of the oldest buildings in the Canterbury, that's what the Parrot claims. It is certainly one of the most refined pubs in this old city, an immaculate pub in all respects, with a lovely courtyard garden for good measure. The food is good too and the beers well kept. It was built on Roman ruins in 1370 and narrowly escaped demolition in the 20th century. During restoration, many fine features were found including medieval crafted beams and some 15th century joinery. Lots of history and atmosphere.
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