Pubs

Pub of the Week: Ye Olde Beverlie, Canterbury

08 June 2016

Ye Olde Beverlie is an attractive traditional pub in Canterbury. The warm, welcoming pub retains period features, complemented with a modern twist. The team here are passionate about their food. You can expect big, colourful, hearty food, in large portions, freshly prepared from local ingredients.

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Pub of the Week: The Belle Vue Tavern, Ramsgate

31 May 2016

The Belle Vue Tavern is a traditional British pub in Ramsgate, with stunning views from the terrace over Pegwell Bay, and out to sea.The pub has a rich history – it is thought to date from around 1720 and, judging by tunnels connecting the inn with cottages across the road, was used by smugglers who stored their contraband in the pub’s cellars.

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New Look And New Menu for Historic Seaside Pub

25 May 2016

Historic seaside pub the Royal Standard in Hastings is offering food for the first time following a £75,000 makeover. The Shepherd Neame pub, which dates back more than 300 years, is located opposite the seafront and the old fishermen’s huts in the picturesque coastal town.

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Marina Hotel Reopens After £1.2 Million Refurbishment

24 May 2016

The Ship and Trades at Chatham Maritime has reopened following a three-month refurbishment and expansion project costing £1.2 million. The work included creating five new letting rooms, a new wrap-around restaurant and waterside terrace.

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Pub of the Week: The Old Doctor Butler's Head

24 May 2016

The Old Doctor Butlers Head, named after the court physician to James I, is a traditional pub in the heart of the City with a rich history and reputation for warm hospitality spanning four centuries.

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