The Duck Inn, Pett Bottom
There is one pub / restaurant in Pett Bottom, The Duck Inn, one of the county’s most picturesque inns and which can trace its history to 1623 in the reign of James I. It name from the directive above its low doorway, which advised people to "duck".
Ian Fleming, the author of the James Bond books, visited Pett Bottom and was reportedly amused by its name. In the novel You Only Live Twice, the obituary of James Bond says that he here at Pett Bottom with his aunt after his parents died.
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