(formerly Shepherd & Lamb)
Closed Mon; 12-3, 7-11 Tue-Sat; 12-4, 7-10.30 Sun
About the Pub
Superb, unspoilt, multi-room 16th century smugglers' pub which has been in the same family for over 100 years. The pub passed to the next generation in April 2016 but is still universally known as Doris's.
Decorated with posters from the 1940s and the Womens Land Army, it has a nationally important historic pub interior. It is on the road which separates Walland Marsh from Romney Marsh.
This pub serves four or five guest beers, at least one of which is from Goacher's. Although ancient hand pumps adorn the marble topped bar counter, these are not in use and all ales and cider are served on direct gravity dispense from casks behind the bar
Food is limited to basic bar snacks.
A beer festival is held in June with a mini festival in October.
CAMRA National Inventory.
This pub serves 4 changing beers.
At least one is from Goachers.
- Real Ale Available
Real Cider Available
- LocAle Accredited
- Nationally Important Historic Interior
- Quiet Pub
- Pub Garden
- Dog Friendly
- Traditional Pub Games
- Real Fire
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1.7 miles (2.8km)
2.1 miles (3.4km)
15 The Street
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