Right on the Herne Bay seafront, the Divers Arms serves up famously good beers, fresh home-cooked food and wave after wave of brilliant live music.
Built early in the Victorian era, allegedly on the proceeds of a smuggler and one of the world’s first salvage divers, it’s a pub that wears its maritime heritage with pride - an old brass diving helmet among the fascinating nautical artefacts to explore when you ‘come aboard’.
Add an inviting open fire in winter, a sunny courtyard garden for summer, a pool table, darts board and live music every Friday and Saturday night, and it’s not hard to see why the Divers Arms is so loved locally.
There’s a raft of delicious drinks to discover here, including beers from Faversham’s Shepherd Neame. Meanwhile, a popular menu of proper pub food prides itself on providing great value for money.
The Divers Arms hosts free music nights every Friday and Saturday