Pub of the Week: The Royal Albion, Broadstairs

12 October 2016

The Royal Albion Hotel, Broadstairs, was built in 1760, and occupies an unrivalled position on the seafront, just a few steps from sandy Viking Bay.Inside the 21-room hotel, there is a coffee lounge, bar and restaurant, with views across the harbour.

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Award-Winning Pub Invests £150,000 On New Rooms

29 September 2016

Award-winning pub The Kings Head in Wye has completed a £150,000 project to create four new en-suite rooms for guests. Licensees Mark Lightford and Scott Richardson have run the  pub since 2012, and jointly funded the project with the brewery. The addition of the new rooms on the first floor takes the total available to seven en-suite doubles.

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Historic Seafront Hotel Reopens After £650,000 Refurbishment

27 July 2016

A £650,000 refurbishment project including a major restaurant expansion has been completed at the Royal Albion in Broadstairs by Shepherd Neame.   Constructed in 1760, the 21-bedroom hotel is situated in the heart of the quaint cobbled streets of Broadstairs, and boasts a commanding position on the clifftop overlooking Viking Bay. 

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Pub of the Week: The Camden Arms, Pembury

12 July 2016

The Camden Arms is a family run pub, restaurant and hotel in the village of Pembury, near Tunbridge Wells. Situated on the village green, it sits in the heart of the village, and has been welcoming locals and visitors for over 200 years.

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Pub of the Week: The George Hotel, Cranbrook

21 June 2016

The George Hotel is an elegant, historic hotel, perfectly positioned in the beautiful small Kentish town of Cranbrook, a spot well suited to discovering the outstanding beauty of the ‘Garden of England’. The hotel has recently enjoyed a makeover of its ‘Cranbrook Bar’.

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