How it all happened
Many years ago a few of the "World Famous" Gravesend RFC Moles rugby team decided it would be a rather good idea to open a pub.
"I know just the place" declared #1 Mole: "The old Cellar Bar on the High Street. Only problem is, it's a tattoo parlour these days!"
All good things come to those who wait, and eventually the opportunity arose for the Moles to take over that space. And although #1 Mole unfortunately can't be with us for logistical reasons, here we are in the old Cellar Bar/tattoo parlour on the High Street.
About the Mole Hole
Firstly, the Mole Hole ISN'T a rugby pub (although if you're looking for lewd songs and gratuitous nudity we can of course point you in the right direction...).
The Mole Hole is operated by a group of friends and their families for friends and families. With no screens or booming music it's a place to connect in a comfortable and welcoming environment. And, of course, to try our exciting selection of cask ales and other new drinks - you might discover you're quite partial to our range of gins, for example.
Come and visit us. Owing to restrictions around the coronavirus outbreak we're currently closed Monday to Wednesday, but open from 5pm to 10pm Thursday and Friday; 12pm to 10pm on Saturdays and 1pm to 6pm on Sundays.
Please note that access is via a spiral staircase down to the Mole Hole. We just couldn't fit a lift in place - sorry.