The King Henry VIII Inn is a lovely village pub, situated in the tiny, attractive village of Hever in the county of Kent.
The King Henry VIII Inn promises a warm and friendly welcome to all.The pub is a beautiful olde English pub
with a spacious interior that is full of traditional character. Come and join us for a fine pint of real ale and while you’re here, why not sample some of the delicious food we have to offer.Under various names there has been a pub on the site of the King Henry VIII Inn since 1597. It wasn’t, however, the best of starts with one Christopher Border indicted for ‘keeping a common tippling house’ without a licence. The present structure dates back to 1647, more recently the King Henry VIII Inn achieved some notoriety as the place where the infamous Brinksmat bullion robbery was planned. The nearby pond was even dragged by the local police in their hunt for the proceeds. The Henry is a 800 year old pub with a lot of history, and is located opposite Hever Castle, orignally a coaching inn. They have three open fires and real beams, the atmosphere is relaxed and warm with a friendly service. The large beer garden is a beautiful place to relax during the summer months with a refreshing drink, this is also a great place to accommodate all customers that smoke. The King Henry VIII Inn also won pub garden of the year with the brewery! Also with disabled facilites and a car park on the premises makes the King Henry VIII Inn accessiable for all. For all customers wishing to spend the night, there are four rooms avaliable all room have a TV and tea and coffee making facilities, to book call 01732 862457. If there are any special occasions coming up we can cater for it in the pubs fantastic function room. So come on down and try our fantastic bar snacks and great ales, you will not want to leave.