Phone: 01580 241369

Good food, good drink, good pub.

30 High Street, Rolvenden, TN17 4LN
01580 241369

A family run and owned Freehouse, with a fantastic enclosed rear garden, and stunning rural views in the heart of the Weald of Kent.

We open on Mondays at 4.00pm.
Tuesday to Sunday open from 12.00 to 11.00pm.

“People will tell you of long unsociable hours but the Great British Pub is an institute of meeting and greeting old and new people, little humans, and furry friends, you never know who will walk through the doors. “

Always a warm Locals welcome found here.  Always a listening ear after a long hard day.  A famous Kentish saying is “what do you know?” – well I know this family run community pub is warm welcoming, a locals’ local and the hub of this little village.

Our food is good quality Pub Grub, cooked fresh by our resident Chefs Lyn and Yvonne.

Breakfast

Breakfasts are served 9.30am to 12.00pm Saturday & Sunday

Lunch

Food Served Tuesday to Saturday Lunchtimes 12.00 (noon) to 2.30pm Sunday Service is 12.00 (noon) to 3.30pm.

Dinner

Food Served Tuesday to Saturday Evenings – 5.30pm to 8.00pm. Sunday Service is 12.00 (noon) to 3.30pm.

Find Us

Where

The Star Pub, 30 High Street, Rolvenden, TN17 4LN
01580 241369

When

We open on Mondays at 4.00pm.
Tuesday to Sunday open from 12.00 to 11.00pm.

Our Beer

We keep a good cellar, and have 5 handpumps for pouring Real Ale. Alongside staple favourites like Harvey’s, we champion local micro breweries, Old Dairy, & Rother Valley Brewing Company.

We are supported by CAMRA

“Lovely pub, good food, friendly staff”

“Lovely village pub. Food is good, reasonably priced and the weekend breakfasts are great. Family friendly, welcoming atmosphere! Staff very accommodating and friendly.”

“Inviting from the moment you walk through the door”

“The owners are there to ensure your best experience whether just a drink or a full meal. Lovely small pub atmosphere with a lovely garden to the rear overlooking fields.”

“Great food, great welcome, fantastic beers and a lovely open fire. Lots of laughter within the pub, made to feel very welcome.”