The White Hart
Rye Road, Newenden, Cranbrook, Kent
There is room for two bench seats inside, which are taken out before the winter fire is lit. The White Hart is a 16th century inn with fine Kent style weatherboarding. It is a two bar pub with a ghost that haunts part of the building. Observers describe him as middle aged, dressed as a farmer or farm labourer, with leather gaiters. When he is observed, sitting near the inglenook fireplace, he is holding an old-fashioned beer mug. The pub was opened in the late 1500s, with has large internal oak beams.