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Trio of Kent pubs sold

Three country pubs operated by independent pub group, Ramblinns, have been sold in a deal brokered by Christie & Co. The disposal includes The Five Bells, The Woolpack and The Radnor Arms.

The pubs all offer food, drink, live music and a multitude of events such as vintage motor clubs, art classes and bird watching walks.

The Five Bells, Brabourne (pictured) is a beautiful inn dating back to the 16th Century, set on a hillside at the foot of the breathtaking North Downs.

Twice voted Kent Life Pub of the Year and winner of Kent Pub of the Year at the 2019 National Pub & Bar Awards, it offers four gorgeously decorated suites. The inn has become a popular wedding venue and offers a dedicated events manager to assist couples planning their day.

The Woolpack is also housed within a beautiful 16th Century building and sits in the village of Warehorne, Ashford. The inn offers wedding options and five guest bedrooms.

The Radnor Arms in Old Bouverie, Folkestone offers a private dining floor, named The Hobbyist, which accommodates 40-50 guests.

Ramblinns has been under the ownership of John and Alison Rogers since 2010. They are now looking forward to concentrating on their one remaining pub, the Globe Inn Marsh on the outskirts of Rye, which focuses on a food and drink offering.

The Radnor Arms, The Woolpack Inn and The Five Bells Inn have been sold to Josh De Haan who plans to build on the pubs existing excellent reputation.

Andrew Moore, Director at Christie & Co, commented, “Having known John and Alison Rogers for many years it was a pleasure to broker a sale of three of their pubs. It was just as pleasurable to sell them to local buyer Josh De Haan.”