Welcome to The Hogarth Inn
Paul and Debbie extend you the warmest of welcomes to the Hogarth Inn Isle of Grain, Kent.
We’ve lived here on the isle for the past fifteen years and during this time we have often frequented the Inn. We have always enjoyed its oak beamed ceilings.
In 1966 the Hogarth Inn gained it’s status of a Grade II listed building, and it is very much our intention to preserve this wonderful Inn, just as much as it is to retain the tradition of true hospitality and service.
We offer traditional home cooked food and real ales. Enjoy a meal in our cosy restaurant or by our open fire (ideal for cold winter days) lighter meals or snacks are also available
Visit The Hogarth Inn
The Hogarth Inn was named to commemorate the vist of the London born engraver and artist, William Hogarth, who together with his associates visited the Inn back in 1732.