The Royal Victoria & Bull Hotel (or Bull n Vic as it is locally known) is an historic coaching inn and was one of the main stopovers on the London to Dover route. It is Dartford's oldest pub dating back to the 14th century although much of the current building is of later periods. Queen Victoria stayed here in 1836, hence the now Royal prefix, but the place is mostly connected with Cornish engineer Richard Trevithick who lived and died here.
The venue is situated in the centre of Dartford on the High Street, a 5minute walk away from Dartford Train Station.
We serve food every day from midday until 9pm (7pm on Sundays) from the New Kings Feast menu: Monday to Thursday - Kids Eat for £1.50. Wednesday & Thursday - Free Starter Or Dessert With And Kings Feast Main Or Grill. Friday - From 2pm to 6pm Fish, Bread & Butter And A Cup Of Tea for £3.95. Saturday - Free Drink With Any Toad. Sunday - Kids Eat Free.
Plus we have various great drinks deals every day of the week!
We have entertainment most nights of the week, including live music every Tuesday and 2 Fridays each month, DJ's every weekend as well as one off special events (please join our facebook page for regular updates).
We also have a large function room with free room hire for parties and 23 hotel letting rooms.