The Maidens Head is one of the oldest buildings in Canterbury dating back to the year 1446. This fantastic 700-year-old pub is a welcome watering and food stop for locals and visitors alike. Local ales, continental lagers, world wines and home cooked locally sourced 'pub grub'. A lovely wood burner with sofas all around, heavily beamed ceilings and original brickwork all together, makes a comfortable and homely feel to this great old building. Enjoy home cooked and home made locally sourced food, from handmade delicious thin and crispy pizzas cooked in a traditional stone oven to English 'pub grub'. Bangers & Mash, homemade stews and casseroles, pies, steamed puddings and of course crumbles!