Welcome to the Shepherd and Crook in Burmarsh
The Shepherd and Crook Burmarsh is an 18th Century Free House set in the picturesque village of Burmarsh Kent. Amongst our beers, we serve well kept, usually local real ales and a cask cider.
Our food is cooked to order using local produce, where possible. We have vegetarian and gluten free options.
The Shepherd and Crook has a dog friendly bar and a separate restaurant, which can also be used for private dining occasions.
The charming village public house hosts friendly locals, a log fire for those colder days and an enticing sun terrace for those warmer days.
The Shepherd and Crook is full of antiquities including a blow lamp collection. It also has a traditional ‘ring the bull’ game, which is reputed to be one of the oldest pub games going, so make sure you try when you visit, and visit you should as the Shepherd and Crook is a hidden gem.
Mondays closed. Except bank holiday Mondays
Tuesday – Thursday 12 – 3pm and 5:30 – 11pm
Friday – Saturday 12 – 11pm
Sunday 12 – 6pm
Bank holiday Mondays 12 – 6pm
Tuesday – Thursday 12 – 2:30pm and 6 – 9pm
Friday – Saturday 12 – 3pm and 6 – 9pm
Sunday 12 – 4pm
Bank holiday Mondays 12 – 4pm