If  you can't find    
"Accommodation" in a smaller town look at the largest town nearby as it may be listed there.  
It is always best to telephone before taking your pet to a pub. Although they may say "Pets Welcome"  Landlords and policies frequently change.  
Most Landlords prefer you to contact the pub when making a booking. It saves the landlord commission so you may get a better deal. 
Just about every pub welcomes families with children, but please check   and make sure the pub has facilities  for your children's ages   
If you want to add a pub, amend a pub or delete a pub. 
Please contact Kay and let her know. 
The British & Irish pub accommodation guide 
Search for pub accommodation by Town(above) Area(left) or the search box. 
Kent (Page 2) 
Pub Accommodation in & around the towns of ~   
Chatham - Gillingham - Rochester 
The different coloured markers denote the different towns that pubs are listed under.

Chatham (Chatham Maritime) (2 miles to Chatham town centre)
The Ship & Trades
Maritime Way, Chatham Maritime, ME4 3ER
Tel:01634 895200
11 Rooms en-suite reasonable prices.
Recently renovated, this Pub was once the dockyard offices but now is transformed into a contemporary interior with lots of naval artifacts.  Located in the old dockyard by the waterfront.

 On site Parking Dining Area or Restaurant Bar food served Real Ale Served Free Wifi Connection

Last update aug13 .......................... CLICK HERE - for the Map 

Gillingham (Brompton) (1 mile to Gillingham town centre)
King George V
1 Prospect Row, Brompton, Gillingham, ME7 5AL
Tel:01634 842418  
No website found feb19
3 Rooms en-suite reasonable prices
17th century Local pub Located just North of the old Chatham  Naval Dockyard, This pub has a naval theme with lots of memorabilia in the bar. Good food, good beer and nice rooms. Worth a visit

  Food servedSpecial Food nightsReal Ale ServedTerrace or courtyardFree Wifi ConnectionPub Games, Pool Darts etcLarge Screen Sports TVChildren and families welcome

Last update feb19............................ CLICK HERE - for the Map 

Rochester (town centre location)
Kings Head Hot el
58 High Street, Rochester, ME1 1LD
Tel:01634 880568
B&B Rooms (Some En-Suite) reasonable prices.
Nice looking pub outside and a mixture of Contemporary and traditional inside. Describes itself as a Shabby-chic pub. Simple rooms.

 Dining Area or Restaurant Bar food served Real Ale Served Free Wifi Connection Events or Entertainment Nights

Last update dec16 ... This STREET-MAP shows the pub location.
Rochester (Higham) (3 miles north of Rochester)
Gardeners Arms
Forge lane, Higham, Rochester, ME3 7AS
Tel:01474 249616
En-suite Rooms reasonable prices.
Local Pub in the centre of the Higham Village. Higham is located just off the A226. The pub has recently been refurbished. Good home cooked food, selection of ales and comfortable rooms. Worth a visit.
Gardeners Arms. Higham 

 On site ParkingDining Area or RestaurantBar food servedReal Ale ServedGardenFree Wifi ConnectionPub Games, Pool Darts etcPets Welcome in some areas, please check first with the LandlordChildren and families welcomeFunction Room3 Star rated

Last update feb19................................ CLICK HERE - for the Map
Rochester (Cooling) (6.5 miles north of Rochester)
The Horseshoe & Castle
Main Street, Cooling, Rochester, ME3 8DJ
Tel:01634 221691
En-suite rooms
Family run traditional English local pub with restaurant, beer garden and rooms.  There is a small function room for intimate weddings etc.  Located on the Hoo peninsula  north of Rochester.

 On site ParkingDining Area or RestaurantBar food servedReal Ale ServedGarden or Outside Area.Free Wifi ConnectionFunction RoomQuiz nightsWedding Receptions or Licence

Last update jun15 ............................. CLICK HERE - for the Map
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