The Duke of Cumberland is a quintessential country pub situated in the beautiful village of Barham Kent.
Built in Circa 1749 the Inn takes its name from The of Cumberland commander of the English army what put down the Jacobite rebellion in 1746.
The Duke used the surrounding Area to train the troops.
The Inn has since changed but still keeps its identity as something of a national treasure in providing a relaxed atmosphere to relax and unwind whilst basking in the beauty of the Elham valley.
In May of 2019 it welcomed a new family whom are now lucky enough to be able to call The Duke home.
Hatty and Zaf and their three children have taken the Inn to a new level.
Offering everything you would expect from an English Country Inn but with an unparalleled dining experience which has taken the Duke Head and shoulders above the rest.
Executive Chef Zaf has bought his wealth of culinary magic to The Duke and has wowed guests form near and afar don’t just take our word for it have a look at what our guests say (link TA)
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Hatty and the Team bring you a comfortable stay in our en-suite rooms(room booking link)and excellent service with a full events Diary to cater for every taste have a look at what’s going on here( what’s on link)
The Duke is also able to cater for any occasion you maybe looking for a reception, a wake or just a private venue. Please contact us and we will help you every step of the way.
The Duke of Cumberland at Barham is a hidden gem pop along weather it’s for a stay, a meal or just good times we look forward to meeting you.
Getting here: link maps buses+