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The Milk House continues to be closed as we are in a Tier 3 area, the earliest we’ll be permitted to open again is Saturday 2 January after a tier review on Wednesday 30 December. Our dining bookings and room bookings between Saturday 19 December and Saturday 2 January will be cancelled and no charge will be made. Bookings are still possible from Saturday 2 January for rooms and tables. We’d like to take this opportunity to wish all our customers a very Happy Christmas, we’re so sorry not to be celebrating with you, stay safe and we’ll see you on the other side. If you need any assistance or have any queries please email email@example.com
Situated in Sissinghurst, one of the most picturesque corners of Kent, The Milk House is a village pub at the heart of the community. A former 16th century hall house, with timber beams and a Tudor fireplace, the pub welcomes loyal locals, along with visitors from further afield.
Our bar & dining room are open, as are our four beautiful bedrooms. We serve draught ales, lagers & ciders, along with all the usual wines, spirits & soft drinks. Standing or sitting at the bar is not permitted.
There are socially distanced tables available in the dining room, booking is recommended. There are some walk in tables available in the bar. Tables seat a maximum of 6 people.
Numbers of ‘walk ins’ will be restricted inside to being seated at tables only.
Our Milk It vouchers are back – with some much needed cheer. Why not purchase a voucher for a Christmas present – or just a treat for yourself, a friend or a loved one. In return, we’ll top it up with a TMH thank you. After all, it is nearly Christmas!
Please note that vouchers purchased during lockdown v2 are not redeemable until Monday 4 January 2021 and will be valid for a year.
Reintroducing our Settle in Sunday, available every weekend in December. Join us for a Sunday roast in the Dining Room, soak up some of the Kent countryside with a walk and return for a hot bath or shower, a roaring fire and collapse into crisp white sheets. There’s a hearty TMH breakfast the next day too. £100 per room (2 people). Why not extend your stay by a night for just an extra £50? See below for our terms & conditions.
For the month of December we’ve extended this offer to include Mondays too. So you can stay for two nights on a Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday for just £150 (2 people) to include a hearty TMH breakfast each morning. You can extend for a third night for only £50. See below for our terms & conditions.
We don’t often get a reason to be cheerful in January and February. But we hope that a 2 night stay on a Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday to include one dinner and a bottle of wine for just £180 will be that reason. There is also a hearty TMH breakfast served each morning too. You can also extend for a third night for just £50. See below for our terms & conditions.
Remember the rates for 2021 have been kept the same as 2020 and are ready to book … we can’t wait to put 2020 behind us and make plans for 2021.
Settle in Sunday: Our Sunday roast and veggie roast varies from week to week and is not confirmed until 3 days before. Starter and pudding are charged additionally. Check in is from 3pm. Lunch is served from 12pm to 4pm in the Dining Room and reservations are required. Please note there is a reduced menu in the bar on Sunday evening as the Dining Room is closed. Food service finishes at 8pm on a Sunday, the bar closes at 9pm on a Sunday. Please note the current curfew of hospitality closure at 10pm requires guests to be in their rooms for 10pm too.
Milk it mid week: Valid Mon – Thursday till 31 December. The duration of the stay has be between Monday and Thursday. The extension cannot apply to the Sunday or Friday nights. Please note the current curfew of hospitality closure at 10pm requires guests to be in their rooms for 10pm too.
A reason to be cheerful: Our seasonal set menu is created by the chef on the day to include a starter, main course & pudding. Dinner on one night only is included in the price of the stay. There is a choice between our House white wine or our House red wine. Upgrades payable on the wines. Please advise in advance of any dietary requirements. Please note the current curfew of hospitality closure at 10pm requires guests to be in their rooms for 10pm too.
Sissinghurst is the perfect place for a family day out, especially during the warmer months, with the historic castle and gardens just half a mile’s walk from The Milk House. Cranbrook, Kent’s smallest town and one of the prettiest, is 1.8 miles from Sissinghurst village. The journey takes five minutes by road, and there are regular buses. Alternatively, a pleasant route can be taken on foot across the fields.
From nearby Staplehurst station, you can reach London by train in less than an hour. If you’re hitting the road instead, our car park is ample. Both The Channel Tunnel and Dover are within an hour’s drive. Gatwick Airport is about an hour away with Heathrow and Stansted not much further.