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Nestled in the heart of historic Rochester, The George Vaults is a vibrant venue boasting five unique spaces for all your eating, drinking and entertaining needs.

Whether grabbing a quick bite with friends, hosting a business meeting or celebrating your special occasion, this lovingly restored architectural marvel will make your visit one to remember!

From delicious wines to complement your food to cocktails (and mocktails!) for getting the party started, our extensive drinks menu is a sight to behold.

Kick back, chill out and order yourself something refreshing.

History of the George Vaults

 

Rediscovered in 2002 by father and son Mr Mark Lucas & Lloyd Haines-Lucas, the George Vaults is celebrated as a Conservation award winner – originally the George Inn, it boasts a vaulted crypt dating back to AD1325.

 

With its decadent feel and beautiful stained glass, the vault is one of the jewels in the crown of the beautiful town of Rochester.

 

Originally known as Saint George and Dragon, the building burned down in 1768 and the present structure was created over the vault.

 

The crypt is also said to mark the site of the Church of St Mary, within The Walled City of Rochester, but has never been found.