Orange Tree
6 Hawley Road, Dartford, Kent, DA1 1NR
Website 01322 293840
Followers 1
Audience 124
  • Food
  • Function room
  • Real ale
  • DJ
  • Live music
  • Football
  • Terrestrial TV

Based in Wilmington, Kent, The Orange Tree was built in the 1800’s and is by its very nature a quaint pub, in an attractive listed building, located near Dartford. With its recent refurbishment, The Orange Tree now reflects a warm and welcoming family run pub and carvery restaurant. We have a comfortable and friendly atmosphere, with welcoming staff, a large bar area and courtyard style garden. We will pride ourselves on giving you the customer what you want! So be prepared to be asked what you like and help us in making your social time happy.

At The Orange Tree, we pride ourselves on consistently serving food prepared to the highest standard. In our restaurant, cutting corners is not an option so you can be rest assured that what is on your plate is nothing but the best. Our meats are all slow-roasted, and all our produce is locally-sourced from fresh butchers. We strive to ensure all our customers are satisfied and their needs catered for- so if you are vegan, vegetarian or have any other specific dietary needs, just call up in advance and we will make sure that we have food options available for you.

latest pub news, offers & events

World Cup 2018

Happening from 14/06/2018 to 15/07/2018 [Expired]

The 2018 World Cup kicks off on Thursday 14th June, and we're all set to welcome you and your friends to enjoy the action. We've got ice cold pitchers of Foster's and Amstel at the ready, so less trips to the bar means more time to watch the match. There really is no better place to…

England v Croatia

Happening on 11/07/2018 [Expired]

It's been a long 28 years in the making, but finally, England have reached the semi-final stages of the World Cup! The Lions will take on Croatia at 7pm on Wednesday, so that's plenty time to get home from work and down the pub for kick-off.

Sweden v England

Happening on 07/07/2018 [Expired]

With barely a moment to recover from Tuesday’s historic (not to mention tense) penalty shoot-out victory over Colombia, it’s time to do it all over again. Saturday’s quarter-final against Sweden kicks-off at 3pm, and unless you have a plane ticket to Russia, the pub is simply the only place…