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 Where to find us?


PLEASE NOTE: The London Road entrance closes at 5.30pm weekdays and 12.30pm on Saturdays. It is closed all day on Sunday. Please use the Buckland Road entrance when the London Road gate is closed. There is a footpath cutting through from London Road to Buckland Road running parallel to the railway line and shown on the photograph at the bottom of the page.

How to get here?

By Train:

Maidstone West station is just 150m away from the door. The Medway Valley line runs through Maidstone West and calls at:
Tonbridge, Paddock Wood, Beltring, Yalding, Wateringbury, East Farleigh, Maidstone West, Maidstone Barracks, Aylesford, New Hythe, Snodland, Halling,  Cuxton and Strood.

Maidstone East is a 3/4 mile walk away and provides train services to London and across Kent.
Principal terminus stations are London Victoria, Canterbury West and Ashford International, with local stops at Borough Green and Wrotham, West Malling, Bearsted, Hollingbourne, Harrietsham and Lenham.

For timetable information visit The National Rail website:

By Bus:

From the West: There is a bus stop (Rocky Hill Stop U) right outside the London Road entrance to The Old Brewery site .
Buses at stop

From town and the East: There are 2 bus stops at Maidstone West railway station.

Maidstone West Bus Stop A1:
Maidstone west A1

Maidstone West Bus Stop A2:
Maidstone west A2

For timetable information, please visit bus company websites: : :

 By Car:

We would much prefer you to travel on foot or via public transport so that you can sample more than just a single pint. But if you have no alternative, please be aware that at certain times of the day parking is very limited. The Old Brewery site has a number of businesses that all have allocated parking outside their premises. Each parking space on the site has a green sign associated: If it shows a company name, please, please do not park in in their allocated space at any time of the day, including evenings and weekends. Please park in any space which shows “Visitor Parking”. The 3 space adjacent to the pub entrance are all allocated to other businesses.

Aerial shot of old brewery site Google

Cars are parked at owner’s risk and must not be left overnight; nor can you park here and leave the site or you risk clamping – this is beyond our control!