Griffins Head, Chillenden
Griffins Head, Chillenden
Griffins Head, Chillenden

Welcome to The Griffin's Head, Chillenden, Canterbury

For real ales, delicious food and picturesque views

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The award-winning Griffin's Head, Chillenden, offers real ales, delicious food and picturesque views. In summer, you can relax in our delightful garden, with wild roses and a pond, and in winter, you can warm yourself in front of two blazing log fires roaring in our inglenook fireplaces.

The Griffin's Head was built as a farmhouse in 1405, during the reign of Edward I, and remained a farm until 1766 when it became fully licensed, serving travellers on the main Canterbury to Deal road.