A friendly local pub near Rainham station, The Mackland Arms serves up first-class ales.
A short stroll down the road from Rainham train station, The Mackland Arms is just the ticket when you fancy a post-work pint.
There’s more entertainment besides, with a pool table, dartboard and fruit machine to enjoy. And if you just fancy getting away from it all in the garden, you can count on the patio heaters to keep you cosy whatever the weather.
In every sense then, a warm welcome awaits at The Mackland Arms. Drop in from 10am every day, and follow the Facebook page for details of upcoming events!
Here you can savour local Kentish beers and lagers from the Shepherd Neame brewery, and enjoy all manner of wines, spirits and super soft drinks hot and cold.
A classic ale house, The Mackland Arms doesn’t serve food - but there’s a feast of football on offer courtesy of Sky Sports and BT Sport channels. With several screens throughout the bar, and even one in the spacious beer garden, it’s the best pub in Rainham to get a great view of the action.
Great friendly pub with an excellent beer selection and a great atmosphere.
The staff are always professional.
My family which consited of my mum, partner and our two small children popped into the Mackland arms as we had a 45 minute wait for a train just up the road in Rainham. Inside the pub it's quite cosy...
I grew up in Rainham and the Mackland was a favourite of my Dad (Gerry Murphy) and, when I was older, me too. There was an owl in a cage on the bar years ago. The owners (Jan and her hubby) were always lovely...