Shepherd Neame to reopen £1.3m refurbed Yalding pub

Shepherd Neame, Britain's Oldest Brewer and owner and operator of a 327 high quality pub estate, is to reopen The Anchor, Yalding this Spring as The Boathouse, following a £1.3m refurbishment.

The stylish new restaurant and al fresco dining area will offer stunning views across the river Medway, providing the perfect destination for everything from a quick bite to eat to family dining, working lunches and private parties.

The Boathouse will be the perfect destination for dining, offering a new menu including sandwiches, light bites, pub classics and freshly made stone-baked pizzas.

Founded in 1698 in Faversham, Kent, and family-owned since 1864, the brewery and pub operator has sites throughout the South East that reflect the character and diversity of their locations.

The brewery produces a range of cask ales and filtered beers. Production is around 210,000 brewers' barrels a year.