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Submitted on Monday, 17th May 2010
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The Wheatsheaf in Maidstone

Prominent pub (otherwise known as Kenny's) located at a busy road junction on the southern side of the town. Features a rectangular bar with a rounded end, comfortably furnished and tidily decorated in a semi-traditional way. Also has a small raised terrace on one side. On this visit, I found the regular Courage Best supplemented by Theakston's Hogshead (£3.50, and in good shape) as a guest from a total of five handpumps.
Reviewed by Just a quick pint, then I'm off

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The Swan Inn in Burford
Situated in the sumptuous Windrush valley just outside Burford, this is a Cotswold Stone-construct as is the norm in these parts. Internal areas snake around a little bit and there's plenty of Mitford Sisters memorabilia on the walls. A small bar can frustratingly be covered by bar stool-occupying locals (with huge dogs to boot on my visit). Sharp's Cornish Coaster, Hook Norton Hooky and Vale Wychert were the options on handpump. There's a decent, ascending garden out back and a couple of pub benches out front which almost abut into the sleepy road which wends through this village. It is, however, a little on the gastro side, so a rucksack and notepad may incur a quizzical look.
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