King Henry VIII, Hever
King Henry VIII, Hever
King Henry VIII, Hever
King Henry VIII, Hever

Welcome to the King Henry VIII, Hever

A dining destination in Hever, promising food fit for a King

Updated pub guidelines

Some of our pub opening times have changed, please check individual pub websites or Facebook pages. We can now accept groups of no more than 6, and remember to wear your mask when entering. Full guidelines can be found by clicking the button below. Read our Chief Executive’s statement here.

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Tradition reigns supreme at The King Henry VIII, a historic English pub in Hever, Kent. 

There’s been a pub here ever since 1597, and from its dramatic chimney stacks to its authentic oak beams, open fires and panelled bars, the whole place captures the charm and character of Tudor craftsmanship. 

With the pub close to Hever Castle, where Anne Boleyn spent her early years, this half-timbered, peg-tiled pub is a gem of a place. Sit inside and soak up the historic atmosphere, with a roaring fire to keep you cosy, or head out into the beautiful beer garden..

Fine Kentish ales and beers line the bar, while the hearty, wholesome dishes crafted in the kitchen saw The King Henry VIII scoop the Pub Food of the Year prize in Shepherd Neame's Pub Awards 2016.