Bishops Finger

13 St. Dunstans Street, Canterbury, CT2 8AF
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With its charming olde-worlde exterior, the 16th Century Bishop’s Finger stands out as one of Canterbury’s most distinctive pubs.
Unmissable in every sense, it’s just a short walk away from the historic cathedral and other major attractions, making it the perfect place for a pint for locals and tourists alike.

The pub’s traditional frontage suggests small and quaint, but this place holds a secret or two. The rear of the pub opens out onto one of the largest beer gardens in Canterbury - a real hidden gem in the city, and the place to be on a summer’s day.

There’s even a TV screen outside, showing all the latest action on Sky Sports. It’s one of five large screens throughout the pub, making this a really popular place to watch the big sporting occasions.

They’re best enjoyed, of course, with a perfectly poured pint in hand. You’ll find a great choice of traditional cask ales here (including Shepherd Neame’s ‘Bishop’s Finger’, naturally), alongside international lagers and wines from independent producers around the world.

There’s great fresh food too, with menu options ranging from tasty bar snacks to brilliant burgers. So if you’re looking for a pub in Canterbury with food, football and fabulous beer, let the Bishop’s Finger point the way.