You'll find us at the heart of the ancient village of Seal, near Sevenoaks in Kent. We've been here since the early 18th century and we've still got that old-world charm. Inside, an inglenook fireplace and low ceilings give the pub a warm and cosy feel and outside, you'll find benches where you can sit and admire our surroundings in this beautiful conservation area.
We serve an excellent selection of lagers and ales from Shepherd Neame, Britain's oldest brewer, as well as great wine, spirits and soft drinks, and you can enjoy traditional games such as shove ha’penny, cribbage and shut the box as you drink.
If you're looking for somewhere to celebrate that special occasion, we're happy to cater for parties, large and small.
There isn't a car park here, but there is plenty of on-street parking nearby, so come over and see us soon!
What our customers have said on Facebook
Proper pub , friendly customers as are the staff ! I like a lot
Anna Marie Schwodler
Review us on Facebook
five stars for the five bells..we had about seven stars at the open mic last night, really enjoyed it, thank you to Di and Shaky..xxxxx
Mon - Sat
12:00 - 23:00
12:00 - 22:30
How to find us
By car: Turn off the A25 at Seal into School Lane, then take the first right into Church Road. The pub is 75 yards along on the left.
Nearest station: Bat and Ball, outside Seal, is a 25-minute walk away. Sevenoaks station is a little further.
Bus route: Buses between Sevenoaks and Gravesend, Meopham and Borough Green all pass through the village. They stop on the A25, from where it is a three-minute walk to the pub.