The Old Coach & Horses in Harbledown, Canterbury is a great pub and restaurant set against the beautiful background of the Kentish countryside. Church Hill is only a 15 minute walk (or five minutes in the car) from the Centre of Canterbury, allowing you to get out of the hustle and bustle after a nice day strolling around the beautiful city. They offer a relaxed bar area downstairs where you can enjoy some traditional ales and a classy restaurant upstairs boasting a great menu of modern British cuisine – perfect for gatherings of family and friends. If you decide the weather is nice enough to walk, you can also enjoy a lovely garden surrounded by the woodlands of Harbledown.
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Delicious food, attentive staff will definitely be going there again
Great night - food delicious - service fantastic. Can’t recommend enough.
Excellent food, lovely atmosphere, attentive service, little waiting time. Recommended!
The Old Coach & Horses’ skilled team pride themselves in keeping their menu seasonal to ensure they have the freshest and most delicious produce available – ensuring that everything comes from local suppliers. Every dish you’re lucky enough to taste here is packed with flavour and care, whether you’re enjoying an old favourite like fish and chips or trying something new with a red wine-marinated fillet steak. On Sundays, The Old Coach & Horses offers something a little more special for you to enjoy with a selection of succulent roasts (including a vegetarian roast) that are sure to make your mouth water.
The Old Coach & Horses fits in perfectly in Canterbury, where the old traditional pub merges with the new, trendy restaurant to become something truly unique that is well worth a visit. If you’re fortunate with the weather, the terrace garden is the place to take in the beauty of Harbledown. Whereas if the weather is not playing ball, The Old Coach & Horses offers great respite from the rain, in a lovely and relaxed environment. Advance booking is recommended to avoid disappointment.