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Shepherd Neame have just covered a major refurbishment on the Dover Castle public house and restaurant which is based in Teynham, Kent...
The Dover Castle Inn is a 17th century coaching inn, built around 1640, once owned by the Lord of The Manor and sold to Shepherd and Neame in the 1700's. The pub has always had a good reputation for fresh food and fine ales and this continues with the modern dining area and outside gardens which provide an atmospheric setting for one of the breweries oldest public houses.

Situated in the Village of Teynham, on the main A2 between Sittingbourne and Faversham, the restaurant is able to seat 102 people over its three restaurant areas. The photography covered the lifestyle aspect of the pub on a very busy Friday evening. It was also important to cover the dining areas and the rear gardens. The images will be used on the breweries website and also go out to the local and national press.