The Three Chimneys is a unique name for a unique pub. This pretty country cottage sits on a junction between Sissinghurst and Biddenden. Inside it has a series of delightful small rooms with low beams and tiny windows, each atmospheric and cosy. Behind the bar is the stillage, where barrels are lined up and the beers tapped straight into the glass.
You can eat anywhere in the pub but there is a brighter dining room at the rear. The food is exceptionally good, be it a ploughman's lunch or roast guinea fowl. The menu changes daily and it's advisable to book. Good food costs, so expect to pay £25-£30 for three courses.
The unique name is a corruption of the French, trois chemins, three lanes or pathways. French prisoners, captured during the Seven Years War (1756-63), were held at Sissinghurst Castle; officers were allowed out but could not go further than where the three lanes crossed. The pub by the way has only two chimneys.
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